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For the last year or so, Michelin has been working to “start a conversation” about tire longevity—specifically, stressing that owners should be able to feel confident that their tires are safe and effective all the way down to the conventional wear limit of 2/32-inch tread depth, even in wet-weather braking.

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Aleksandar LilichFeaturedauto news,cars,global transportation
For the last year or so, Michelin has been working to 'start a conversation' about tire longevity—specifically, stressing that owners should be able to feel confident that their tires are safe and effective all the way down to the conventional wear limit of 2/32-inch tread depth, even in wet-weather braking. Read...