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Standards Watchdog Working to Regulate Tire Market
Standards Watchdog Working to Regulate Tire Market
Thursday, June 28, 2018

Standards Watchdog Working to Regulate Tire Market

Thursday, June 28, 2018

Standards Watchdog Working to Regulate Tire Market

In a bid to ensure tire quality and promote road safety, local tire makers are required by the Institute of Standards and Industrial Research of Iran (ISIRI) to meet certain standards and specify the features of their products by attaching labels to their goods.
In recent years, ISIRI has pushed for the implementation of upgraded automotive standards known as the Islamic Republic Car Assessment Program (IRCAP).
The system is scheduled to come into full force by January 2019 and will include 30 new regulations with the total number of automotive standards reaching 85, reported local automotive website Asbe Bokhar.
Out of the 85 standards, five are about the quality of tires. The label requirements are part of the total 85 criteria specified by the ISIRI.

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