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Now that you’ve purchased your new set of tires, have you taken care of your tire registration? Doing so keeps you aware of any news or information concerning your purchase, such as safety issues or factory recalls. If the manufacturer or company you purchased your tires from has your contact information, they can quickly contact you. This ensures the safety of you and your loved ones, while extending the (good) condition of your vehicle.
The tire registration initiative is due to the efforts of the Rubber Manufacturers of America (RMA). This organization represents all U.S.-based tire manufacturers, for federal, state, and local government matters. It also handles environmental and economic issues, working closely with other federal, state, and local regulatory agencies.
RMA develops safety standards for passenger, light truck, and commercial truck tires, which is where tire registration comes into play. It educates American consumers about proper tire care and maintenance, including tire registration, replacements and repair. By law, the RMA protects your information and will not resell it or use it for any marketing purposes.
The Department of Transportation (DOT) utilizes tire registration to organize your tire's unique ID code. American tire companies employ nationwide online registration tools that store customers’ product information and details in a database. The tire registration process is simple. You’re presented with a card when you purchase your products. You should fill it out and submit the card as quickly as possible; electronic tire registration form submissions are also available. You should have certain information ready, including:
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