PARIS – The European Commission is launching a research project that could lead to European Union regulations tightening noise levels on tires rolling on road surfaces. The €180,000 ($219,000) study will examine the interaction between different road surfaces and tires and conclude whether a rule reducing the friction between the two by smoothing tire traction might risk road safety. Calling for tenders from road transport researchers, the Commission says the study will “investigate ...

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