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The imposition of aggressive anti-dumping and countervailing duties on Chinese-made medium truck tires arguably has been the most significant development to hit the domestic retreading industry in many years, and the impact of those actions is something that the Tire Retread & Repair Information Bureau (TRIB) is monitoring closely.

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How to Maximize Retread Tire Life

Retread tires offer comparable performance to a new tire in a more environmentally friendly package. Here’s how to make sure they last.

Future Trucker Wins Spot the Retreads Contest

The Tire Retread & Repair Information Bureau (TRIB) held it's "Spot the Retread" contest at the Mid-America Trucking Show. This year's winner is a future trucker, not even old enough for her commercial driver's license (CDL). 

How to Select the Best Retread Truck Tire

Retread tires are a fixture of many large fleets and offer a range of benefits. Understanding what to look for and top factors to consider during the selection process is important.

Latest Innovations in Retread Tires

Long a staple of the replacement tire market for trucks and vans as well as tractor-trailers, aircraft, and buses, new advances in manufacturing and technology have made retreaded tires an attractive choice for fleet owners and operators.

TRIB Offers Vehicle Air Fresheners

PACIFIC GROVE, CA - The Tire Retread and Information Bureau (TRIB) wants to send four free air fresheners for each truck, with no strings attached (except for the strings attached to the air fresheners).

The Truth about Heat and Retreading

PACIFIC GROVE, CA – There are many issues surrounding heat and tire failure, according to TRIB, including heat caused from brakes, improper speed, and inflation. However, those that check air pressure regularly are more likely to experience less tire failure.

How to Increase Truck Fuel Mileage

One simple and immediate way for truck fleets to save money at the pump is to keep their tires properly inflated. By maintaining the proper inflation pressure for a given tire size and load, tires also last longer and are safer.