Goodyear tires sell out, but no worries, say Goodyear executives

NEW YORK — Goodyear tires have sold out in the U.S. and have been unavailable in other countries for several days.

The company’s parent company Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. said in a statement that it has “received no official word” from the U.”s Department of Transportation on the matter.

We are waiting for a decision from the Department of Commerce on whether or not we should continue our supply of the tires.

While the demand has been high and we have not received any official word from the DOT, we are working with the U., the United Kingdom and the U.-S.

Treasury Department to get tires to our customers.

At this time, we have received no word from any of our suppliers.

The tires we have purchased are currently in transit to our U. S. dealers, but we will not be able to ship tires to them until we receive official word on the status of our supply.

This is our biggest customer and we want to be able for them to have good tires,” said Bob Schatz, senior vice president of business development for Goodyear’s tire business in a telephone interview. “

We have had a very high demand for the tires and we are experiencing a very low supply.

This is our biggest customer and we want to be able for them to have good tires,” said Bob Schatz, senior vice president of business development for Goodyear’s tire business in a telephone interview.

For weeks, the U-S.

government has asked that the tires be sent to its dealers, which in turn has caused shortages.

On Saturday, U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron said he was “very concerned” by the situation.

He said his government would ask the U to supply the tires directly to British carmakers, in the hope that the government will be able get a good price.

A spokesman for the U-.

S.

State Department said Sunday that it was aware of the situation and would seek to negotiate with Goodyear and British Prime Minister Cameron’s government.

Earlier Sunday, U-K.

Premier Michael Young said that the U’s tires would have to be shipped to the U S. for shipment to Britain.

He added that the British government should not be buying tires from Goodyear.

But Goodyear said Sunday it had no plans to send tires to the British or other countries.

In a statement on its website, the company said: “We are aware of a situation in which the U has been told by the U of S. government that it cannot continue to purchase tires from a British supplier.

As a result, we will be unable to sell tires in the United States.

All Goodyear tire suppliers have reached agreement with the United Sates Government to ship our tires to other countries.”