The survey found that 60 percent of Americans say they want to take more trips by car as a result of the pandemic.
Tire sales are rebounding from historic lows due to the coronavirus, according to statistics from firm Growth from Knowledge (GfK).
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“What the Data Shows: How COVID-19 is Impacting the U.S. Retail Tire Industry,” will take place Wednesday, May 6, at 2 p.m. EDT.
Overall daily national traffic volume for consumers, local fleets, and long-haul trucks was down 38% for March 21-27, relative to Feb. 22-28.
J.D.Power indicates tire brands have been steadily improving this balance over the past five years, as satisfaction has been on a steady incline.
Attendees were given a look at various economic forecasts affecting OTR sales during this year’s OTR Conference.
Finding time for training, staying up-to-date with diagnostics and finding qualified techs are top challenges for shops.
Typical for the time of year, used vehicle prices softened in November, J.D. Power analysts determined.
Hankook Gauge Index Survey says while 86% of Americans say they are better drivers today than they were 10 years ago, most don’t think that makes them nicer on the road.
Even as the vehicle landscape is changing, the market for parts to modify those vehicles is growing, according to the new SEMA research report, “SEMA Accessory Opportunity Report: Top Cars and Trucks.”
Nearly half of all tire dealers who responded to our survey identified their business as having a single owner.