The day after the recent Bridgestone/Firestone Inc. tire recall was announced, WEVTU contacts several car and tire dealers for information and views. Rick Sherman, service director at Celozzi Ford in Waukegan, IL, says he is authorized to replace the suspect Firestone 235-75R-15 tires marked VDHL (plant where manufactured) with tires made by Bridgestone, General, Michelin, Goodyear or Uniroyal at no cost to the vehicle owner. He also says that owners who buy new non-Bridgestone/Firestone ...
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