What does the t/a symbol on tires mean?

I’m shopping for new car tires and noticed that many have the letters T/A on them. What does T/A stand for on car tires?

Annette Maxon · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Glad you hear you’re staying on top of tire shopping! It’s something that can be so easy to put off.
Tire brand BFGoodrich uses T/A as an abbreviation for Trans Am. This is simply the name for the tire company’s performance tires that have been popular for over 50 years.
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