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Tire Industry Association

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Tire Industry Association TIA is an international association representing all segments of the tire industry including those that manufacture, repair, recycle, sell, service or use new or retreaded tires and also those suppliers or individuals who furnish equipment, material or services to the industry. The Company was formed by the July 2002 merger of the ITRA, International Tire and Rubber Association and the TANA, Tire Association of North America. The associations main office is in Bowie, Maryland and has over 4,500 current members.
The Company offers health benefit programs to their members. With the nation facing rising and unpredictable health plan expense, they are supporting a large scale introduction of TIA Care, its newest effort to bring high quality affordable medical care for their members. TIA Care is including a partially self funded major medical plan for members with more than fifteen employees and a mini medical plan for all members.  The mini medical plan is an established insurance program that provides benefits for basic health services only.
Insurance Coverage with Kiely Hines and Associates which offers modified insurance products at competitive rates with special programs for Retreaders. To participate in the program, you must be a company member. Universal Underwriters Insurance Company offers insurance coverage for the company members. Under the program, qualifying their members can receive coverage for employee benefits, property and casualty, pollution liability, business life insurance and worker’s compensation. The program offers the most comprehensive coverage available to the tire, rubber and transportation industries and is available in all fifty states. Customer financing with Car Care One which is a credit card program that can increase your sales and profits, develop and maintain customer loyalty and reduce additional costs.
Depending on the jurisdiction, the insurance premium can be either mandated by the government or determined by the insurance company in accordance to a framework of regulations set by the government. Often, the insurer will have more freedom to set the price on physical damage coverage’s than on mandatory liability coverage’s.

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