Tuesday, November 20, 2018

TYRE DEATH RISE REINFORCES TIME FOR A CHANGE

In stark contrast to a steady decline in recent years, the number of people killed or seriously injured in a tyre related accident increased...

TYRESAFE WELCOMES TIMELY PARTNERSHIP BOOST

Just weeks before the start of this October’s tyre safety month, the campaign has received a further boost with the news that Staffordshire Safer...

LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION… TYRESAFE LAUNCHES FLEET FILM

TyreSafe has launched a new film for businesses explaining how they can significantly reduce their fuel bills and ensure safer driving by correctly maintaining...

PARALYSED DRIVER PAYS TERRIBLE PRICE WITH PART WORN TYRES

A motorist paralysed in a horrific car accident when driving on part worn tyres is hoping his story will urge other drivers to think...

STAY SAFE ON YOUR SUMMER HOLIDAY WITH TYRESAFE

With the school summer holidays fast approaching, TyreSafe, the UK’s leading tyre safety organisation, is urging motorists to check their tyres before they set...

TYRE CONVICTIONS REMAIN ALARMINGLY HIGH

The number of motorists driving with defective tyres remains at a very dangerous and worrying level, warns TyreSafe, following figures recently released by the...

WET WEATHER PATTERN HIGHLIGHTS NEED FOR TYRE CHECKS

With the UK suffering its wettest second quarter since records began in 1910, the need for adequate tyre tread to stay safe on wet...

SUSSEX POLICE SEES THE ROAD AHEAD WITH TYRESAFE

TyreSafe, the UK’s leading tyre safety organisation, has announced that Sussex Police is its latest supporter in its campaign to raise awareness about tyre...

TRADING STANDARDS URGED TO ‘GRIP’ PART WORN TYRE PROBLEM

Trading Standards offices across the UK are being urged by TyreSafe to enforce existing regulations regarding the sale of part worn tyres in a...

TYRESAFE LAUNCHES TYRE LABELLING EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL

An animation starring TyreSafe’s family of crash test dummies is spearheading the organisation’s drive to inform motorists about the new tyre labelling regulations coming...