Tires Get Grades in Europe as in Test for Premium BrandsDorothee Tschampa
For the average car driver, tires are pretty much all the same, and replacing worn rubber is a matter of relying on recommendations from a repair shop. That’s changing in Europe as new rules help consumers decide whether higher-priced Michelins are worth it.
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