SUNDERLAND, U.K. – European-based developers of tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) are “enthusiastic” about the U.S. legislative approach to improving tire safety and hope that governments in Europe and Japan also will introduce laws to help boost the market. A session on car safety at the sixth International Automotive Conference held here in mid-October was dominated by the issue of tires – helped by the presence of three European experts in the field, plus Karl Wacker, ...

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