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Continental Presents Two Tire Technology Concepts For Greater Safety and Comfort

ContiSense: Uses tire sensors to measure tread depth and temperature and alerts drivers to tire damage – data transmission via electrically...

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Continental introduces an innovative wheel and braking concept for electric vehicles

·    New division between wheel and axle: Continental presents the New Wheel Concept, which optimizes the braking system specifically of the...

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Continental Named a “Best Places to Work in South Carolina”

Award recognizes and honors the best employers in the state of South Carolina Continental Tire employs more than 1,500 in South Carolina and has...

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Five Facts About The Economic Impact of Automated Driving

You may have seen a few nuggets about automated driving and how the implementation of such technology will help reduce accidents, reduce stress and...

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ExtremeContact Sport Tire Chosen for ROUSH P-51 Mustang

Continental Tire and ROUSH team up for the first time. The 295/35ZR19 ExtremeContact Sport is the exclusive fitment for the ROUSH P-51.   Ft...

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How Do I Check My Tire Pressure?

We recommend taking five minutes at the beginning of each month to check your tire pressure to help save you money and headaches down the road. But...

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7 Expert Tire Tips For The Best Road Trip

Weekend bag? Check! Family and friends? Check! Top down? Check! Favorite playlist locked and loaded? Check! It’s finally time to head out on that...

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What is a Contact Patch? Your Car’s Footprint.

We’ve all walked along the beach, through the mud, or maybe stepped in some paint, and what’s left behind is our footprint. Just like you, your...

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Continental to expand its R&D footprint in North America with Advanced Indoor Evaluation Center

Fort Mill, SC • An investment of approximately $10 million has been approved for a new indoor tire   testing facility located at Continental’s proving grounds...

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Like A Pair Of Shoes, Tires Need To Be Broken In Too

Just like a new pair of shoes, your tires need to be broken in. Your tires are comprised of many layers of rubber, steel and fabric. Because of...

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