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Sep 2, 2014 | Last Updated 43 mins ago
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  • Turbosmart Unveils Ways to Detect Fake Auto Parts

    The saying “the love of money is the root of all evil” does not only apply to our personal lives, but also to the automotive industry. With several companies replicating the hard work of another in an attempt to make easy money, fake products are now becoming more and more available on the market.

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  • NHTSA One Step Closer to Making V2V Technology a Reality

    As the number of road accidents significantly increases, the US Department of Transportation’s (DoT) National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is now taking further steps to fully enable vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) technology. Just recently, the government agency has released an advanced notice of proposed rulemaking for the technology, as well as a supporting research report on V2V communications technology. Included in the key findings covered by the report are safety benefits, estimates of costs, privacy and security, as well as technical practicability.

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  • Tyrexpo Asia 2015 To Offer New Features

    The 10th Edition of Tyrexpo Asia 2015, scheduled to be held at Singapore Expo Convention and Exhibition Centre, Singapore from March 24 to 26, 2015, is once again set to break all previous records in terms of attracting greater number of exhibitors.

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  • Philips Rolls Out Anti-Fake Packaging Design for Xenon HID

    The growing number of counterfeit products is one of the biggest challenges faced by automotive suppliers today. To prevent piracy and protect customers from purchasing fake Xenon HID lighting, Ann-Marie Hines, Senior Marketing Manager at Philips Automotive, has recently announced the development of a special packaging for the product.

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  • Change Of TIN To Cost Around $350m To Tire Manufacturers, RMA Informs NHTSA

    The Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA) has expressed concern over the proposed rule to change the federally-mandated tire identification numbers (TIN), which the Association says, would cost around $350 million and lead to an unnecessary burden on the manufacturers.

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  • Ford Fusion Wins Saudi Auto’s 2014 Car Of The Year Award

    Ford’s all-new Fusion strengthened its position in the Middle East by winning Car of the Year Award for 2014 from Saudi Auto. This title shows strong confidence of motorists in Fusion and other Ford models.

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Rema Opens OTR, Retread Division

Rema Tip Top-North America, has broadened its portfolio in the OTR sector with the setting up of an OTR & Retread Products division and a line of heat-cure tire repair materials.

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Iran’s automobile production rises by 73.4%

Iran’s automobile manufacturing rose by 73.4 percent in a period from March 21 to August22, 21014 as compared to the corresponding period last year. The country manufactured 404,010 vehicles during the period under review while the production in the same period last year remained at 232,993 units, IRNA reported.

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