A tire depot in northern Georgia is getting its own website, the first such outlet in the country.
The Georgia Department of Public Works and Housing announced Wednesday it has been using an Internet platform that allows people to report problems with a particular tire depot.
“It is a great way to share issues with other people,” said Michael Johnson, vice president for operations for the Department of State’s office of public affairs and media relations.
“We really hope this will encourage other people to use the tire site, to share information with others, to have a dialogue about tire maintenance.”
Tires can be easily cleaned, repaired and replaced with a machine, but there are other options for people who have to keep working or have family members or neighbors who can’t.
Johnson said the tire depot will have a free-to-use site with no advertisements or other limitations.
The department has been working to establish a tire maintenance program in the U.S. since 2014.
Johnson was the first DOT official to join the tire program, which he said was created to help repair and replace tires that have been damaged by weather, road or other circumstances.
The agency has partnered with manufacturers, companies and other groups, such as tire shops and maintenance companies, to make the tire repair and replacement program easier.
The site will be managed by a company called Tire Depot Inc., which Johnson said will help ensure people who need tires can easily report issues to the agency.
Johnson declined to say what types of issues would be reported, or who would be involved.
The tire program is in its infancy, but Johnson said he expects to see a number of tire shops participating in the program.
“I think it’s going to be an opportunity for us to connect with the public,” Johnson said.
The DOT previously used a website to report issues at several tire depot locations in Atlanta, Georgia.
It launched the site in February 2016 to help people report tire issues.
The website allows people who live in the Atlanta metro area to report tire problems and help determine whether the problem is due to the weather, traffic, lack of maintenance or the owner’s negligence.
The state of Georgia is the only U.N. member country that doesn’t have a tire program.
Johnson also said the state will partner with the tire company to help determine how much a person is owed, how much they are allowed to earn and how they can pay the bill.
“This is a public service.
It’s a way for us all to work together and have a common goal of getting tires out of the tire business and replacing them with the best they can be,” Johnson told Newsweek.
The program is expected to last about three months.