A spokesman for the Tyre Industry Council said: "A lot of these pumps don't work or are not accurate.
What does TIC stand for?
TIC stands for Tyre Industry Council (UK)
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- Trial Intercept Calculations
- Troops In Contact
- Trouble Involontaire Convulsif (French: Involuntary Convulsive Disorder; film)
- Trouble Isolation Charge
- True Interest Cost (bond finance)
- Trusted Internet Connection (US OMB)
- Tudor Investment Corporation (est. 1980; various locations)
- Tunnel Information & Control (protocol)
- Turbo Interference Cancellation
- Turfgrass Information Center
- Tenant-in-Common Residential Owner Occupied Fractional-Ownership (trademark of Fractional Equities, LLC)
- Tenant In Common Association
- Thailand Incentive and Convention Association
- The International Cat Association
- Thermal Insulation Contractors Association (UK)
- Timpanogos Cave National Monument (US National Park Service)
- Trade and Investment Cooperation Arrangement
- Turbine Inlet Cooling Association
- The International Coalition against Choice
- Technical Information Creation and Distribution (annual conference)
Samples in periodicals archive:
TYRESAFE, the campaigning arm of the Tyre Industry Council, has launched a new website, www.
North Eastern is also a member of the Tyre Industry Council (it has someone sitting on the council) and recently won an award for commitment to environmental issues - a key concern in the sector as new rules governing the diversion of tyres away from landfill come into power next year.
Air In Your Spare is approved by the Tyre Industry Council, costs pounds 15 and takes minutes to fit.
The Tyre Industry Council is using its website www.
Peter Taylor, secretary of the Tyre Industry Council, said: "Correct pressures are vital for safe handling and optimum braking, grip and tyre life.
In Scotland, a recent safety campaign carried out by the Tyre Industry Council revealed that 90 per cent of the cars they tested had either under or over-inflated tyres.