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SUR

ISO 4217 code for the Soviet ruble. It was first issued in 1917 and underwent five re-denominations over the course of its history. It was replaced by various currencies, starting in 1991 with the fall of the Soviet Union. See also: Russian ruble.
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ATMA members which have been participating in Tyre Safety campaigns include Apollo Tyres, Birla Tyres, Bridgestone India, CEAT, Continental India, Goodyear India, JK Tyre & Industries, Michelin, MRF, TVS Tyres and Yokohama.
Superintendent Mojalemotho said there were many accidents attributed to tyre bursts, and that the re-furrowed tyres may be the root cause of some of the accidents.
The discrepancies further make it difficult to keep pace with the competition, said Fahad Zaki Farooqui, Category Manager, General Tyre claiming that importers of Chinese tyres resort to under-invoicing to reduce duty cost.
The Tyre Safety campaign was a great opportunity to raise awareness to our staff and contractors who visited us.
Alonso said a sensor is attached to the tyre which sends signal to the driver.
We have observed that consumers now have increased awareness and understanding of the production week mentioned on a tyre's sidewall, as many of them are now insistent on purchasing a fresh set of tyres," he added, attributing increased awareness to a series of awareness initiatives and training programmes held by authorities like the Emirates Authority Standardisation and Metrology (ESMA) in association with tyre firms.
Tyre alignment should be checked and corrected by a professional.
Overloading your vehicle places stress on your tyres and other critical vehicle components.
The Home Safely on Safe Tyres campaign highlights the importance of tyres in keeping drivers and their young passengers safe while on the roads.
The 195/70 R14 tyre price registered EGP 460 instead of EGP 340 before the increase.
An employee of a leading tyre distributor in Doha told Gulf Times that they have been receiving "quite a large number of motorists, who look to replace their old tyres with new ones, almost every day since the onset of summer".