Icon Tire and ILink coming to Canada

Tire Safety Technology Will Be Offered in 29 New sizes of SUV/Light Truck Tires.
BEAVERTON, Ore. - May 13, 2015 - PRLog -- Canadian Tire distributors will soon have access to “Tire Performance Indicators” (TPI) offered by Icon Tire.  Tires with TPI were first introduced in 2012, and now will be offered in 29 new SUV/Light Truck sizes through the ILink brand name. These colored markers empower drivers to know when tire a tires optimum performance has been compromised by wear or maintenance issues.

Canadian motorists that buy the new ILink tires with TPI will enjoy:

·         Enhanced safety technology that will conveniently alert drivers to the need for maintenance or replacement.

·         Access to Mobile app technology that will identify potential maintenance issues related to tread wear and weather conditions.

·         Great tire performance at competitive pricing.

“By combining mobile technology with the intuitive safety technology built into our tires, drivers will be able to conveniently check their tires for wear and schedule maintenance when needed,” said Pat O’Brien, CEO and founder of Icon Tire, LLC.

Icon Tire represents the top level of safety and value by employing patent-pending VTPI. Built into the tread of the tire, VTPI’s color coding system of black, yellow and red indicators enables drivers to know when the safety of their tread is compromised in various driving conditions. By using this tool, motorists are empowered to make critical decisions regarding their driving habits and the replacement of worn tires. VTPI are not inserted during the tire build process and can be added to the tire at the factory, or as an added option at retail.

For more information about Icon Tire and TPI,  go to www.icontire.com.

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