Why is TRWP a multi-stakeholder issue (and what are the implications of that)?

TRWP is a multi-stakeholder issue, with many factors impacting tire wear, including tire design, vehicle characteristics (such as weight, distribution of load, location of driving wheels and suspension types), road surface (material, runoff design, roughness), weather (humid or dry, hot or cold), road topology (hilly or flat, winding or straight), and driving behavior (aggressive or smooth driving, high or moderate speed, respecting the correct inflation pressure, braking).

As a result, there is no one-size-fits-all solution to reduce tire wear and the generation of TRWP.

Effective reduction of TRWP will require a multi-faceted approach that will benefit from a shared scientific understanding of any potential impacts.