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"... Last but not least, there's that weird DOT HWJM N5H8 code that represents the North American Department of Transportation compliance symbols and identification numbers. Basically, these numbers tell you the city the tire was manufactured in. For example, the two first letters after the DOT marking denote the name of the city: in our case, HW stands for Barum Continental, Otrokovice, Czech Republic. Beside all these letters/symbols/codes, you may also..." Continue Reading →
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