This article features CTDA’s important role in defeating a proposed tire tax.
Akron, Ohio – April 16, 2019 – Babcox Media, Inc. is pleased to announce that Mary DellaValle has been appointed editor of the Tire Review brand.
Since 1901, Tire Review has been committed to helping today’s independent tire dealers run and grow a more competitive business. It was the first brand in the Babcox Media portfolio, acquired in 1920. . .
At their Strategic Planning meeting in 2018, the California Tire Dealers Association (CTDA) Board reached a consensus to redesign the CTDA logo to include a more prominent image of a tire. After many months and several design changes, CTDA is pleased to unveil our new logo, proudly and prominently displaying a tire, as well as the imposing and powerful grizzly bear, California’s state animal.
Look for the CTDA logo in the future, symbolizing the strength, pride and tenacity of the California Tire Dealers Association (CTDA), aggressively representing the interests of the California tire dealer.
There are some exceptions to the regulations:
If you do not provide the tire inflation service because of one of the above reasons, you are required to note why the service wasn’t provided on the customer's service invoice.
Note: A courtesy (free) tire inflation without other service does not require such information since there will be no invoice.