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History of a Tire

Today let's talk about the Celts, two Scots, and a stove-related accident. You're probably thinking, "What do these things have to do with tires?" The truth is, these three things were vital to the development of the modern tire. Without them, we might all still be riding horses today. You've heard of chariots, right? Two-wheeled, horse driven, used by the…

Tire Month

When was the last time you thanked your tires? We're not talking about the half-hearted "Thank you" that lacks sincerity. We're talking about the "Thanks for taking me to work today even though I hit that pothole" and the "I appreciate you so much I'm going to patch that leak" type of thank you. We'd guess it's been far too…

listener-spotlight

For many, listening is an afterthought—something that happens in the background of their lives. They don’t think about it, they don’t focus on it, and they definitely don’t try to adjust it. For Stoker White, on the other hand, listening is at the very forefront of life—it is central to everything he does. White is a sound engineer at Soularium,…

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