AKRON, Ohio — Goodyear says navigating its new commercial tire Web site has just gotten easier, and can also offer significant cost savings for fleet maintenance managers and owners.
Steve McClellan, vice-president of commercial tire systems, said Goodyear is moving more of its process controls online, and a new, more relevant Web site is an obvious addition. Included on the new site is a dealer locator and simplified search function to find Goodyear tires by application, wheel position and size.
Knowledge-based fleet management tools reside in a “business solutions” section. Software and Web-based programs that permit fleets to track tire costs and performance and the status of their retreads are outlined. The section also describes the company’s 4-TIRES-NOW emergency roadside-assistance program.
Technology sections are designed to keep fleets updated on the latest innovations, including the award-winning DuraSeal Technology for line-haul trailers and mixed-service applications, plus Fuel Max line-haul technology for enhanced fuel economy.
The company’s “support” button provides fuel economy information, safety tips, load information, service manuals, warranties, publications and product brochures.
Goodyear’s new Web site offers a “newsroom” section that offers the latest press releases issued by commercial tire systems. It also provides downloads of Goodyear’s award-winning TireLogic magazine and Highway Hero awards.
To visit Goodyear’s redesigned commercial tire Web site, go to http://www.goodyear.com/truck.
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