Posts Tagged ‘tires’

How to Prevent Tire Blowouts During the Summer

Friday, August 18th, 2017
How to Prevent Tire Blowouts During the Summer

Ensuring that tire pressure is at the proper levels is a key part of proper preventative maintenance for your fleet’s vehicles.

Tire pressure is as important for commercial fleet drivers as it is important for regular drivers on the road. Ensuring that tire pressure is at the proper levels is a key part of proper preventative maintenance for your fleet’s vehicles. Even as the summer time is dwindling, extreme heat can take its toll on vehicle tires. Here is a helpful guide on how to prevent tire blowouts during the summer. (more…)

3 Ways To Save Your Tires

Friday, January 27th, 2017
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Keep your tires safe this winter!

Tires on trucks are a depreciating asset, as they endure wear and tear over time. Slowing the rate of depreciation in regards to them is key. In fact, replacement tires as a cost category are amongst the largest operating expenses of most fleets and are generally only exceeded by fuel costs. Depending on the number of trucks in a fleet, less than optimal management of tires can be incredibly costly to the bottom line. Maximizing tread life on tires is simply economical. Read below to discover ways to slow the depreciation of tires. (more…)

Easy Ways to Prevent a Tire Blowout

Friday, November 4th, 2016
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Not only can you lose control of your vehicle when this happens, but the pressure from the tire blowout can be extremely dangerous for anyone nearby.

It’s every trucker’s worst nightmare: you’re driving along, minding your own business, when a deadly tire blowout occurs.  Not only can you lose control of your vehicle when this happens, but the pressure from the tire blowout can be extremely dangerous for anyone nearby.  Not to mention, a tire moving at high speeds can completely total a car.  But tire blowouts are easily preventable, and don’t have to be a common problem.  Here are some easy ways to ensure your tires will all stay exactly where they are.

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