Tuesday, May 3, 2011

You Can't Say They Didn't Warn You

I bought the tire below this weekend to replace the flat, shredded one on my wheelbarrow. Look what the new one says on it. Hmmm... good to know. Guess I won't try my luck on it on the highway after all.


vanillajane said...

I use those on the highway ALL the TIME!!!

It's when I'm doing my 'adopt a highway' work. I use it to wheel around plants to plant and to pick up trash.

I just checked and mine says that, too. Now what am I going to use?

SRTC Staff said...

Pretty sure it's okay for that kind of thing. If you were riding the bike in your picture though- not okay for the highway.

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