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2016: THE CHALLENGES

Transport road

In the Government’s draft plans, the priorities are in the field of safety, infrastructure and efficiency. Concerns and demands of the various associations 

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REASSESSING, REBUILDING AND RESTARTING

53rd AIRP General Assembly

There’s a need for a clean break with the past and to invest in new ideas. In Rome, the retreaders’ general assembly discussed about new opportunities and how to prepare for the challenges ahead

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APPROVED WHEELS! THE OCTOBER 1, 2015 DEADLINE

Decreto ruote

The need to guarantee road safety, was timely satisfied through the Decreto Ruote (Wheel Decree) 20/2013, which states that replacement wheels (excluding those supplied directly by the vehicle manufacturer) must be subject to approval, in order to prevent products with sub-standard safety characteristics (already listed in the UNECE 124 regulation) from entering the market. At the same time the regulation provides for the opportunity to obtain approvals also for “special wheels” (not possible under the UNECE 124 regulation) introducing national type approval and relative rules.

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FROM A TO Z

Autopromotec Special: tires and wheels

During the 2015 edition of the biennial event hosted in Bologna, halls dedicated to the complete wheel unit reserved numerous novelties, promoting renovation and seasonal tire changes 

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APPROVED WHEELS FOR A SAFE AND FREE MARKET

Decreto Ruote

The value, the application methods and the effects on the market stemming from the "Decreto Ruote" (Law decree on wheels), already in force since the beginning of the year and discussed during a Round Table at Autopromotec entitled "Wheel systems: standards, application and protection of legality": here's the report

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TELL IT TO SUPERPNEURAMA

A survey on the sector’s hottest issues

 

Listed below are the results of a survey that our magazine made among tire specialist retailers during the last Autopromotec event to receive a feedback on some of the sector’s hottest issues. The initiative included interviews with retailers based on a questionnaire made up of a number of topics raised by readers to our editorial staff

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