This is a sort-of catch-all area in Tire Information
World. It's an area where we collect and
provide those things which just don't seem to fit neatly in
What tire information do you need?
Need to know what a tire dealer is talking
about? Try our page on Tire terminology.
Maybe you need to find out what tires are manufactured
in Brazil. The DOT
Codes by Location might be useful.
Want to know the latest tire test results from Tire Rack?
See their tire test results page.
Doing some research on what happens to old
Recycling might give you some ideas.
Want an expert opinion about a more general mechanical problem?
There's a unique service where you can pose
your car questions to a team of expert mechanics, many who are on line
and could answer your question within minutes.
Ask Your Car Question Here.
In the list below I'll provide you with a quick
summary of what you can find by going to each of the
articles so that you can quickly decide if it's for
For CSI fans and others who are interested in the
more scientific angle Forensic Science may
suit your taste.
Our page entitled Special Tips is a
collection of items and offers which we've discovered
in researching for information about tires that relate
to other aspects of driving or vehicle ownership.
If you're looking for some new ideas, this may be a
place to find some.
All of us who use tires have to deal with insurance
and may have to make an Insurance Claim at
some time or another. This article has some tips
and pointers that may be helpful.
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