June 2019 Archives - Tire Review Magazine
Considerations for Building a Tire Inflation Station at Your Shop

If you are considering installing a tire fill station in your parking lot, here are a few suggestions to ensure that the station works for you and that your customers have a positive experience.

Answering ‘Why’: Finding the Real Reason for Removing an OTR Tire

When a tire has been removed from service for an unknown reason, how do you determine the real issue that caused the removal? Most importantly, how do you explain the “why” to the customer?

Does Your Team Have True PRIDE?

Finding employees with true personal responsibility in delivering excellence will show in your business’ performance.

Tracking Truck Tire Inflation Can Pay Dividends

Tire-related costs are the largest maintenance expense for commercial vehicle fleets, but with the right tools, you can help your customers save money and gain their trust in the long run.

A/C Compressor Replacement: Visual Inspections & Checks Ease Diagnostics

Driving around in the hot summer heat can take a toll on the A/C system, so, chances are, you’ll be doing a lot of HVAC repairs from now until the end of September.

Curing Tire Vibration Woes with RFV Wheel Balancing

Understanding radial force vectors will help you avoid tire vibration and other comebacks.

The Tire Dealer’s Winter Tire Checklist

Temperatures are soaring, plants are blooming and winter has been wrapped with a tidy bow. It might sound counterintuitive, but this means it’s the perfect time to think about your winter tire inventory.

A Marketing Conundrum: Should You Advertise on Yelp?

To understand why Yelp can be a viable marketing channel, you first need to understand consumer behavior and their attitudes toward independent review ratings.

Tattoos, Piercings and Telecommuting, Oh My!

Wonder how a relaxed dress code, tattoos or telecommuting should work in your office space? Read on!

Proud to Be an Independent Tire Dealer: Ed Whitehead, Ed Whitehead’s Tire Pros

Ed Whitehead learned from an early age that a little grit and elbow grease are required for achieving his dreams.

To Ballast or Not – What to Tell Your Ag Tire Customers

If you’ve been selling ag tires for any time at all, you’ve been asked about ballasting. We explore the pros and cons and what material to use, among other questions.

The Future of Mobility… is Right Around the Corner

One can’t dispute the fact that things are changing — and for the better.