Michelin Launches Recreational Vehicle (RV) Tires Website

Michelin Launches RV Tires Website

Michelin-RV-tire-guideMichelin North America launched a new RV tires website – www.michelinrvtires.com – that includes information on tire selection and maintenance for RVs, campers and motorhomes.

The mobile-friendly site offers RV customers online tools such as a new RV tire selector, which assists with size, tread design and application selection. The tire selector also provides information on tire basics, maintenance and safety so customers can get the most out of their tires, said Michelin.

“Our goal for the new RV site is to provide a user friendly experience for our RV customers, with information and tools to assist in their decision making and maintenance practices,” said Bianca Hogan, U.S. country marketing manager for Michelin Americas truck tires division.

The reference section of the site contains materials including warranty information, bulletins, load and inflation tables, RV tire maintenance tips, technical specifications and videos. The dealer and service tab can be searched by address, city, state and ZIP code. It can also be refined to select the dealers with the specific services needed. Information from the site can be printed or shared via social channels or email. Customers can also create a personal account so they can save their tire and dealer searches, as well as reference materials and videos.

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