Makers fear defeat in tire tussle

Stoffer, Harry
November 2001
Automotive News;11/12/2001, Vol. 76 Issue 5957, p6
Trade Publication
Focuses on the federal regulation requiring tire pressure monitors in motor vehicles in the United States. Calculation of tire pressure; Usage of the antilock brake technology to count wheel revolutions; Need of electronic sensing device.


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