Whether you need service at your facility, on the road, or at one of our more than 50 service centers, STTC offers a comprehensive commercial truck tire repair and maintenance program. Repair and maintenance services include:
24/7/365 Emergency Road Service: If you find yourself in need of emergency service, your solution is one phone call away! Simply call 1-800-684-TIRE (8473) and STTC’s entire service network is at your fingertips. Emergency service is guaranteed within two hours of your call—24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, nationwide.
Preventative Service: STTC’s preventative service program ensures proper tire PSI, tire mating, and tire rotations before vehicles have to move. Performed by a staff of highly skilled certified technicians, preventative service is available 24/7/365.
Fleet Inspections: Based on a thorough review of your fleet, STTC’s customized fleet inspection reports give you a comprehensive overview of your tire conditions. Fleet inspection reports include PSI compliance, tread percentages, tire mating, and overall tire condition.
Match Mounting: Match mounting with radial runout improves your ride by matching each tire’s high spot with the wheel assembly’s low spot. This simple procedure significantly improves your ride and tire wear.
Flat Repairs: STTC can ensure that you stop losing money due to improper flat repair with highly effective “plug and patch” and “section” repairs.
Smart Air: STTC’s Smart Air® computers are used to inflate tires to within 1/2 psia of required air pressure.
Flatproofing: Pumped into the tire through the valve stem, a liquid polyurethane polymer replaces all of the air in the tire and cures into a synthetic rubber core that completely eliminates faults.
Designed to increase removal mileage, casing integrity, and fuel economy, STTC’s tire repair and maintenance programs are custom-designed to the exact needs of our commercial trucking customers.
Submitted by Jose Rizo on Mon, 3/19/2018 - 3:19 pm
The problem, as it turns out, is not the roads themselves – but rather the speeds at which a truck drives. The majority of commercial truck tires are rated for 75MPH and have recommended inflation PSIs to match that speed. Unfortunately, trucks do not always stick to 75MPH on highways. Many interstates in North America …
Submitted by Jose Rizo on Thu, 3/15/2018 - 5:53 pm
As a technology, tire retreading continues to advance alongside other shipping tech. Retreading has existed for about a century, and every decade brings improvements: Easier methods of retreading, better lifespans, and improved all-around results for owners. Today is no different. Tire retreading is better than ever, with even more benefits to owners and fleet managers. …