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Uniroyal truck tire line introduced at ExpoCam


MONTREAL, Que. — The Uniroyal truck tire brand made its debut at ExpoCam this morning.

The new tire line features six designs in two sizes. Two of the tires – the Uniroyal RS20 and LS24 – are SmartWay-verified.

The Uniroyal truck tire line was first introduced in Mexico last year and is in limited release in Canada. A future launch is planned for the US.

“For over 120 years, Uniroyal has provided affordable and dependable passenger and light truck tires,” said Harold Phillips, COO for Michelin North America (Canada). “We are excited to bring that same value to the trucking industry. Commercial truck operators can trust Uniroyal to work as hard as they do. It’s an affordable solution that will keep them rolling with minimal downtime.”

Phillips said the tires are made using DuraShield construction, providing durability and retreadability. DuraShield features pyramidal steel belts, insulating belt edge strips and a heavy gauge inner liner. The company promises at least one retread on Uniroyal tires in line-haul and regional applications, and they’re backed by a four-year warranty.

“There’s a great opportunity in this market, particularly for owner/operators who want a value proposition of a reliable, high quality product at an affordable price,” Phillips said during a press conference at ExpoCam.

The full line consists of the following six tires in two sizes – 11R22.5 and 11R24.5:

  • Uniroyal LS24 – SmartWay verified long haul steer/all-position tire
  • Uniroyal LT40 – Long haul and regional trailer tire
  • Uniroyal RS20 – SmartWay verified regional steer/all-position tire
  • Uniroyal RD30 – Regional and long haul drive tire
  • Uniroyal HS50 – On/off -road steer/all-position tire
  • Uniroyal HD60 – On/off -road drive tire

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James Menzies

James Menzies

James Menzies is editor of Truck News magazine. He has been covering the Canadian trucking industry for more than 15 years and holds a CDL. Reach him at james@newcom.ca or follow him on Twitter at @JamesMenzies.
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