2022 NATIONAL TIRE SAFETY WEEK
National Tire Safety Week - June 27 - July 3, 2022 - an annual consumer awareness initiative to educate motorists about tire care, safety and maintenance as an important part of road safety.
Always register your new tires so manufacturers can contact you in the event of a recall. Here’s how.
Tire Care Essentials
Pressure, tread, rotation, alignment—these are the top four when it comes to ongoing tire maintenance. Spending a little time on these essentials every month and every few thousand miles will help your tires keep you safe.
Seasonal Care Tips
As seasons change, so do driving conditions. Prepare for safer travels in all kinds of weather with tire care and driving tips for spring, summer, fall and winter.
Tire Care and Safety Guide
Looking to better understand the many factors essential to the proper care and service of passenger and light truck tires? Check out our Tire Care and Safety Guide that helps answer questions about specific products and/or vehicle fitments.
National Tire Safety Week
National Tire Safety Week (NTSW) is an annual initiative of the U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association (USTMA) that aims to educate motorists about simple yet essential steps for proper tire care, safety, and maintenance as an essential part of road safety. The initiative is supported by USTMA members and acknowledged by The National Lieutenant Governors Association in its 2022 tire safety resolution.
Tire Repair Basics
If you suffer tire damage to the tread area only, repair may be an option. But how can you tell? And what else do you need to know about choosing repair over replace? Find out here.
Tire Repair Resources
Reputable tire and auto repair shops across America follow the meticulous repair standards set by USTMA. Get more information about these standards and recommended repair procedures with downloadable resources.
Size, speed rating, load index—there’s a lot to consider when replacing your tires. USTMA shows you how to make the right decision for optimum safety, performance, comfort and fuel efficiency.
Used Tires—A Risky Alternative
Can you trust used tires as replacements? You don’t know where they’ve been. Or how they’ve been treated. Find out why USTMA thinks going used is a risky proposition.