Joanne Draus Klein, Author at Tire Review Magazine - Page 2 of 4
2013 Top Shop Finalist: Hornsby Tire & Service Center

Home may be where the heart is. But, with a family business, there’s plenty of heart in a company facility, too, especially when it’s the structural foundation of a rich family history. For the Hornsbys, that foundation has been incinerated by fire, haggled for in business deals, annexed in mid-reconstruction, and eventually relocated, suffering precarious

Street Competition

Finding the right DOT race tire for customers

Seeking Six-cess

Leveraging These Strategies and Tools Can Give You a Serious – and Sustainable – Advantage

More Big Gains

Today’s Giant OTR market, driven by the mining industry, remains strong.

Back to Building

Linked to economic health, small OTR tire market growth has returned

Winter Tire Update

When it comes to the benefits of dedicated winter tires, North American consumers still need some convincing.

Lawn and Landscape Tire Market Ready to Grow

Despite a slow start this spring, tiremakers in the lawn and landscape segment expect steady growth – and dealers who put in the effort can expect steady profits.

Fields for the Future

Tiremakers are leaving no stone unturned in the re-search for sustainability and savings

Phone Skills Drill

Stop Saying “Buh-Bye” to Callers and Dial Some Customers for Life

Dealers Must be Experts on Off-Road Light-Truck Tire Features, Applications

Mark Twain might have said that rumors of the death of off-road light-truck tires have been greatly exaggerated. And he would have been right. “Several years ago, prognosticators had deemed the light-truck tire market as dead,” says David Shelton, director of marketing for Giti Tire USA. “Today it seems it is still alive and very

Retread Update

Added cost savings for fleets and improved technology have boosted the retread market.

Fuel-Efficient Tires are Here to Stay

Both consumers and automakers are expressing a demand for low rolling resistance and other fuel-efficient considerations. But how are manufacturers experiencing and dealing with the trend?