Why spend any more money on your tires and related services than you have to? When you partner with a tire dealer like STTC to provide fleet tire service, you can save a lot of money on services which you’re going to need either way. Further, a scheduled service contract means your maintenance will be standardized, predictable, and of the highest quality.
If you’re currently having your tire work done on an ad-hoc basis, there are plenty of reasons to think about moving onto a service contract.
From your smallest vehicle to your largest piece of heavy equipment, a well-trained tire service center technician will be able to inspect it all. You’ll get regular comprehensive overviews of your fleet’s wheel situation, including elements such as PSI, tread wear/depth, and tire mating across axles.
It is always going to be less expensive to take care of any maintenance issues while your vehicles are still at home in your yard. Even a single breakdown in the field can cause massive disruption to your operations, on top of the increased danger to the driver and other workers nearby. Preventative fleet tire service is designed to always have your fleet vehicles and machinery ready for the job ahead.
For larger operations, even keeping track of what tires you have in stock and their current condition can be a major logistical feat. Why add that to your list of responsibilities? A modernized tire dealer can easily set up an asset tracking system and keep it updated to ensure you always know exactly what tires you have in stock and how many are in need of repair.
The larger your operation, the more money you can save by partnering with a major retailer to provide standardized and predictable tire services. In such situations, it’s much easier for the retailer to provide you favorable rates on both assets and services. You save on the work up-front, and you save by preventing unnecessary work later.
STTC Can Be Your Full-Service Tire Source
Since 1955, STTC has been providing the best in commercial and fleet-level tire services. No matter the size of your operation, contact us to let us know how we can help choose the best for your fleet.
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