November 2019 Archives - Tire Review Magazine
Nissan Suspension Inspection & Restoration

It is not uncommon to see the Nissan V6 or four-cylinder engine in a Maxima, Altima or Sentra go more than 300,000 miles without a major issue — and the same is true for the chassis. But depending on roads it has traveled, the suspension needs just as much or more attention when compared to the engine.

Chrysler Fiat TPMS Auto Learn Headaches

Chrysler was one of the first manufacturers to use a TPMS relearn procedure that does not require a tool or special process. Easy? Well, the longer you work on cars, you know it’s usually more complicated than what the manufacturer says.

‘Mining’ for Answers: Choosing the Best Tire Technology for Mining Operations

Tires account for a significant line-item cost on any mining operator’s fiscal ledger, but tire dealers can help them balance maintaining profit and keeping work crews safe and equipment running.

Working Smarter Boosts Productivity and Profitability for Tire Dealers

Our Business Planning Guide special section is designed to help you work ON your business — to ultimately increase productivity and boost profitability — through articles that cover a variety of topics related to the everyday issues of running your dealership.

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Customer Financing Options for Tire Dealers

It’s become increasingly important to offer a no- or low-credit financing option to cash-strapped customers in order to secure additional tire and service sales. By removing the roadblock to affordability, these consumers are able to get needed repairs — resulting in a safer vehicle for customers and adding to a tire dealer’s bottom line. Read on for a few options available to tire shops.

Molloy Sales Group Gives Tips on Growing Your Tire Business Annually

It doesn’t matter what industry you’re in, how long you’ve been in business or how large of a business you run—to grow your sales, you have to find your “why.” That’s exactly what Danny Smith, owner of six Same Day Automotive Tire Pros stores in the Tulsa, Oklahoma, area did.

Software Systems Drive Revenue for Tire Dealers One Feature at a Time

In the battle to outperform the competition, profitability and efficiency are key. And having the right software package for your tire dealership helps. We spoke with tire dealer software companies to get their recommendations on this important tool for your business.

Business Succession Planning for Tire Dealerships

If you don’t have a succession plan or just want to be ready when it’s time to enjoy the fruits of your labor, follow these tips to kickstart planning for your business’ future.

Improved Bay Productivity Maximizes Profitability

In the tire and service business, you make money through effective selling, controlling expenses and bay productivity. We present five tips that will help maximize bay productivity and, ultimately, improve your profits.

Independent Tire Dealer Focus: Craig Bruneel, Bruneel Point S Tire & Auto Service

Craig Bruneel, owner of 11 Bruneel Point S Tire & Auto Service stores in Idaho, takes pride in creating an environment where employees feel like they are working for the Bruneel Point S family.