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tire

(tīr) [AS. teorian, to tire]
1. To become fatigued.
2. To exhaust or fatigue.
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Now, in the financial reporting Passenger car tyres will continue to be separately reported like Vianor and Nokian Heavy Tyres.
The key topics covered in the report include the tyre market outlook, replacement tyre market, passenger car tyre market outlook, raw material analysis, trade dynamics, sales distribution analysis, swot analysis of Saudi Arabia automotive market, market dynamics, policy and regulatory landscape, market trends and developments, economic outlook, competitive landscape and strategic recommendations.
Speaking at the inauguration, B Kumar, Country Head-Distribution, Michelin India said, "Hyderabad is an important market for us and the opening of 2 new concept stores 'TyrePlus' proves our eagerness to strengthen our presence in this region in order to meet the growing demand of passenger car tyres in the city.
DISAPPOINTED Sabrina Lovers got a car tyre as a 30th birthday present from her husband - so her pals decided to spice it up a bit.
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In 2001, the company increased its car tyre production capacity to 2 million units/annum.
'Some people just buy these car tyre shoes to look at them,' Un says smiling.
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) stipulates that the validity of a car tyre is five years from its date of manufacturing irrespective of use.
"During 2015-20, OTR tyre segment is expected to emerge as the fastest growing tyre segment, followed by light commercial vehicle tyre, two-wheeler tyre, passenger car tyre and medium & heavy commercial vehicle tyre segment.
"The cost of disposal of a car tyre is in the region of pounds 1.44 per tyre and if anyone offers to take waste tyres away for less they should be treated with suspicion.
Don't forget that the car tyre pressures may need to be inflated for towing - front and rear tyre inflation pressures will specified in the car handbook.