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BBTS re-launches Web site

MUSCATINE, Iowa -- Bridgestone Bandag Tire Solutions (BBTS) is re-launching trucktires.com, a Web site designed to provide solutions and advice for fleet customers looking to increase tire life and reduce cost per mile.


MUSCATINE, Iowa — Bridgestone Bandag Tire Solutions (BBTS) is re-launching trucktires.com, a Web site designed to provide solutions and advice for fleet customers looking to increase tire life and reduce cost per mile.

“No two fleets are absolutely identical. That’s why BBTS offers an extensive list of programs, services and products that can be used to help fleets customize solutions that are right for their business. One customer may want information on tire maintenance, the next may have tire operating costs that are out of line – each fleet may require a unique solution,” said Bill Block, manager of branding and advertising for BBTS. “Trucktires.com is a portal to these resources, offering information and guidance for BBTS dealers and fleets of all sizes.

“The Toolbox page is structured to help fleets keep their businesses running smoothly, offering tools and services for fleet management, buying programs, tire performance analysis, training and education – as well as useful tips for reducing tire and maintenance costs,” continued Block. “For answers to specific tire problems, BBTS customers can e-mail a question to the ‘Tire Doctor’ who will reply with a personalized response.”

The new site also serves as a portal to the Bridgestone, Bandag, Firestone and Dayton Web sites, where visitors can find tire and retread products, locate the nearest dealer and access Emergency Road Service.

Fleet customers can also check load/inflation tables, watch tire care videos and link to trucking industry and government Web sites.

To learn more, visit www.trucktires.com.


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