When it comes to the Wrangler’s tire, federal rules dictate that all tires should meet the same standards.
That means the Jeep should be at least as strong as the ones offered by the manufacturers and should have a tread depth of no more than 0.25 inch.
But, the rules do not dictate how the Jeep tires should be made.
That is up to the manufacturer, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), to set standards.
In the past, it has been a common practice for a manufacturer to build the tires on a production line that uses the same factory materials, and the tires were then installed in Wranglers.
That practice has now ended, but it’s not necessarily the best option for all Wrangler buyers.
The FMCSA said in a statement that it was looking for better ways to ensure the safety of Wrangler drivers.
The agency has been working to develop new, more efficient methods to build tires on production lines.
“The FMA’s tire standards are designed to be a best practice, but we recognize that the industry has evolved,” the agency said in the statement.
“We will continue to explore ways to improve tire quality, safety, and durability.”
The FCASA has worked on tire design standards for decades, and in a press release issued in November 2018, the agency announced a new tire standards for 2019.
This time, the FMCSAA will be looking for “better ways to create a more sustainable environment” for tire manufacturing.
The agency said it would focus on creating new standards for the “quality of tire materials, materials, processes, and design,” but did not say how it would determine which of these are the best.
It did, however, say that all tire products must meet the FMA standards, and “all tire products will be subject to testing and inspection” to ensure that they are safe and compliant with them.
This is a developing story.
Please check back for updates.
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