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TIA Announces Retirement of Two Executives

Roy Littlefield III and Dave Zielasko are set to step down from their respective roles.

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TPMS Manufacturers Urge Technicians to Update Tool Software

“Update Your TPMS Tools!” campaign aims to help technicians avoid TPMS service issues and delays in customer service

TIA Joins Global Right to Repair Movement for Vehicles

Automotive atermarket releases best practice guidelines for legislators.

TIA’s Dick Gust Named to US Environmental Advisory Group

This will be Gust’s second time on the U.S. DOC’s Environmental Technologies Trade Advisory Committee.

TIA Announces Tire Industry Hall Of Fame Inductees

TIA will recognize the honorees during the Tire Industry Honors awards ceremony on Monday, Oct. 31, from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.

TIA to Offer Certified ETS Training in July

This will be TIA’s only Certified Earthmover Tire Service (ETS) Technician training class of the year, July 11-15, 2022, in Garner, Iowa.

Marvin Bozarth Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

The retired executive director of the former International Tire & Rubber Association was honored with the 2022 Lifetime Achievement Award in the Tire Retreading Sector. 

Bartec USA Unveils New TPMS Relearn Chart

The 2021 TPMS Relearn chart is the result of the collaborative efforts between the Tire Industry Association (TIA) and Bartec USA.

TIA Announces Slate For 2021-2022 Board Director Nominees

Nine candidates, including two incumbents and seven newcomers, are vying for four open spots.

PACCAR Elects New Board Directors
TIA To Host 100th Anniversary Events at The Cosmopolitan

Registration opens for pre-show events, including Gala celebration.

TIA Seeking Nominations For Board Of Directors

Newly elected board members will serve three-year terms and may be re-elected to serve two additional three-year terms.

PACCAR Elects New Board Directors
TIA Honors VAA’s Akridge With Legislative Award

Steve Akridge supported Virginia’s state safety inspection program after legislation to abolish it was introduced.