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Tire Pressure Program
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Tire Management The California Integrated Waste Management Board (CIWMB) is mandated to regulate and manage waste tires within the state.
California Fuel Efficient Tire Program Assembly Bill 844 requires the California Energy Commission, to adopt and implement a tire energy efficiency program of statewide applicability for replacement tires for passenger cars and light-duty trucks.