PHOENIX — In the computing world there's Pentium, Pentium II and Pentium III. In the tire world there's UNI-T, UNI-T/AQ and UNI-T/AQ II. And although tire engineers don't move as quickly as their counterparts in the computer industry, tire technology hardly is standing still. Consumer and automaker demand for tires that ride better, last longer, perform better as they wear and provide more grip on wet surfaces has lead the Nashville, TN-based Bridgestone/Firestone Inc. to continue to ...
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