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How You Benefit from Fleet Service from Your Service Provider

Why spend any more money on your tires and related services than you have to?  When you partner with a service provider to provide fleet service, you can save a lot of money by reducing road calls, destroyed tires, and potentially damaged equipment. Further, a scheduled service contract means your maintenance will be standardized, predictable, and of the highest quality.

Monaflex Repair Systems Provide Superior Vulcanized Repairs for Earthmover Tires

Here at STTC, we specialize in adopting the latest state-of-the-art tire repair systems. We can help keep your tires on the road for longer and at lower costs.

A perfect example of this is our Monaflex OTR Custom System, for vulcanization repairs of earthmover tires and similar large off-road vehicles.  With the Monaflex repair system, we have a solution for affecting repairs that also delivers superior results compared to other methods such as chemical repairs!

How Mismatched Tread Depths Can Ruin Your Commercial Truck Tires

Given how much money it costs over the course of a year to keep a commercial vehicle's tires in working order, any driver or fleet operator is going to want to minimize those costs.  Unfortunately, there's one mistake we frequently see where people think they're saving money, but they're actually causing themselves more problems: Driving on mismatched or unevenly-worn commercial truck tires.  

4 Reasons Why You Should Only Go to a Certified Truck Repair Technician for Your Service

Chances are, there are few investments more important to your business than your working vehicles.  From independent drivers to commercial shippers, trucks are the backbone of their operations.  They must be ready and kept in top condition at all times to guarantee high reliability and low operating costs.

So why risk that investment -and the profit riding on it- on non-certified truck service outlets?  

Why the Cheapest Truck Tires Actually Cost You More in The Long Run

Since truck tires are usually one of the most-expensive items in any transportation budget, it's no wonder that independent owner-operators and fleet managers alike are always looking for ways to cut those costs.  However, that does not mean that all tires are created equal!  Buying the cheapest tires you can find will often lead to much higher costs down the road.

Dangers from Relying on Substandard Truck Tires

 

Reasons to Try Retread Tires

It's entirely understandable that many truck drivers and fleet managers are hesitant to consider retread tires.  After all, their profit is riding on their truck tires in an incredibly literal way - pinching pennies on tires seems like a good way to, but it can cause even bigger losses further down the line. However, when buying retread tires from a certified tire retreading operation, things are different.

Four Reasons to Choose Tire Retreading Over New Tires

There has been some controversy over tire retreading in recent years, with many raising concerns about retread’s safety and effectiveness. Undoubtedly, this is also somewhat due to tire retreading being partially unregulated, and therefore creating some variance in the quality of products on the market.

Preventative Maintenance for your Battery

Batteries contribute to the overall performance of a truck.  “According to the ATA, battery and alternator problems are the third highest operating expense after fuel and tires. They also account for 11.7% of problems on the road.” Knowing how long a battery life is, what the state of charge is and the health of the battery can help a vehicle’s productivity, safety and cost control.

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