To educate and empower action to reduce / eliminate the importation and use of low quality and
non-retreadable commercial truck tires that are being imported into the United States at below market prices.
Simply put, retreading is the process whereby selected and inspected worn tires,
called "casings,” receive a new tread.
Only sound, carefully inspected tire casings are used for retreading. The worn tread is buffed away and a new tread bonded to the tire body in a process very similar to the manufacture of a new tire. There are different processing techniques, but the ultimate objective is always the same - affixing a new tread through the application of heat, time and pressure.