South Carolina House Bill (HB) 3989, introduced by State Rep. Joseph Jefferson, D-102, would require all vehicles registered in the state to undergo an annual safety inspection. Current law does not require vehicle safety inspections.
Vehicle owners that need to replace their tires are likely to purchase the same brand that was originally fitted on their new vehicle, according to the J.D. Power 2017 U.S. Original Equipment Tire Customer Satisfaction Study.
Comprehensive coverage is available for all major systems on model years 2000 and newer, such as engine, ABS, hands-free security, turn signal security, hand control module, body controls, instrument, speedometer and tachometer.
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