Michelin Euro Assist Makes Two-Hour Response Pledge - Tire Review Magazine

Michelin Euro Assist Makes Two-Hour Response Pledge

(Clacton, U.K./Tyres & Accessories) The Michelin Euro Assist service has enhanced its offer to commercial vehicle operators with a pledge to either get to the scene of the tyre-related breakdown in Europe in less than two hours, or reimburse the 70-euro service charge.

This applies even if the repair technician arrives just one minute late.

Michelin Euro Assist handles nearly 20,000 tyre-related commercial vehicle breakdowns a year across Europe. The support of its 3,200 tyre-repair specialists means the average vehicle off-road time was just two hours and six minutes in 2005. A satisfaction survey conducted last year also revealed that 90% of Michelin Euro Assist customers would recommend the service to other haulage companies.

Michelin Euro Assist is available 24/7 in more than 20 European countries, via a single free phone number. In all cases, product and service costs are competitive and clearly stated in advance, according to fixed rates. These costs are then invoiced directly to the company, meaning no out-of-pocket expense for the driver. Michelin’s dedicated Euro Assist Web site also enables service calls to be tracked in real time.

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