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Topics: Cars, Knife, nails, Screws

Tuesday, 4 February 2014

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The RMC-600 Tire can run over screws and it will not affect it in the least.

NASHVILLE, Tennessee - The Firestone Tire and Rubber Company has revealed to the public that they've just developed a brand new ultra-modern tire.

The tire, known as the RMC-600, was developed totally out of recycled milk containers.

The company stated that Firestone chemists working with engineers worked on the RMC-600 for four years.

They tested the tire over 12,000 times to insure that it would do exactly what they are claiming that it will do.

According to a spokesperson for Firestone, the RMC-600 tire can last for up to 200,000 miles.

The physical makeup of the tire allows it to repel any type of road hazard including nails, screws, knives, tin cans, and even surgical scalpels.

The RMC-600 comes with a fantastic guarantee that states that should the tire give out before it has been in operation for 200,000 miles it will be replaced free of charge and the owner will also receive a $100 gift certificate to any Pompous Pizza Parlor in the continental United States.

SIDENOTE: Since the RMC-600 tires are made up of 100 percent recycled milk containers they will retail for about 77 percent less than your standard automobile tires.

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