Virtually Trained Different tactics may be the key to training in the tire industry. Within the tire industry, most dealers will say there’s a serious need for training. Either training on new equipment or products, or training for continuous improvement. Rare is it that a dealer feels he knows everything there is to know
UTQG: Is it the Beginning of the End for the Regs No One Wanted?
Is it the Beginning of the End for the Regs No One Wanted? Uniform Tire Quality Grading’s 35th birthday passed without fanfare last September. Given its twisted history and questionable pedigree, it’s not surprising that there were no parties. From the outset, UTQG was literally and figuratively a bastard law. Born out of misunderstood language
Fed Up With Insurance Costs?
Fed Up With Insurance Costs? Why it’s gotten so bad, and what you can do about it What is it about insurance that gives you a 365-day migraine? Your rates keep going up! You’ve just been canceled! And this just in®ƒyour rates are about to go up again! Is it really that bad? Yes, but
How They See It
For the past nine years, Tire Review has asked its readers one very important question: How well do the tire brands you offer perform for you?
Dealer Diary: Picking the Keepers
Picking the Keepers For the past two years, Tire Review has brought you Dealer Diary, a monthly series that focuses on typical tire dealers and the ins and outs of their business.This year, we’re excited to be profiling a unique and well-known dealer – and someone whose primary focus is customer service – Barry Steinberg,
Turn Scrap Into Gold
Turn Scrap Into Gold For today’s tire dealer, take-offs and scrap tires can be a unique profit center and produce bottom line money on multiple levels.And one national company is working to help dealers not only make more money, but make a positive environmental statement, as well.If the two sound divergent, they aren’t. In