The word “TBR” stands for truck and bus radial. In the United States, truck and bus normally include all vehicle that meet one or more of the following: 1) greater than 21 feet in length; and 2) weighted at over 10,000 lbs gross vehicle weight and not licensed as a recreational vehicle. Accordingly, TBR tires are primarily designed for commercial operations on the highway system. The category of TBR tires normally supports two industries:
1) trucking industry; and
2) public transportation services.
As a key type of product, Washington Tire Corporation (“WTC”) TBR tire manufacturing will include all sizes of TBR tires developed and built on the basis of the newest TRA and US DOT standards, and extensively used in Americas, Europe, Oceania, and Asia.
To serve customers better and be backed with the best warranty and product liability insurance from the United States, WTC commits to provide global users options competitive with other tire companies while effectively lowering their tire cost and making their operations safer.
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