A large body of scientific evidence supports that most tires should be replaced six years from the date they are manufactured. This six-year expiration date begins from the day the tire was manufactured at the plant—not the date it was sold to a consumer or the date that it was installed on a vehicle.
Tire DOT Codes – 2021 Edition This page contains a complete list of all tire plant codes. The list is sortable and searchable. This data was originally hosted by the Tire Safety Group. Our firm’s founder, Matt Wetherington created the Tire Safety Group to help educate and empower consumers. The Wetherington Law Firm handles tire […]
$3 Million Settlement For Recalled Tire A final, confidential settlement with Ford Motor Co. has ended a multidefendant suit involving a woman injured when a tire that was supposed to have been recalled nearly 12 years earlier blew out, sending the Ford Explorer she was driving tumbling on I-85. Over the course of the […]