Hunter, Reynolds and Reynolds Reveal Equipment Integration
Hunter Engineering and Reynolds and Reynolds have revealed their new inspection equipment integration. According to Hunter and Reynolds and Reynolds, automotive dealers will now have a greater opportunity to drive more alignment and tire sales through instant access to data from Hunter’s Quick Check Drive autonomous inspection system. Hunter says once a vehicle passes through
Mobile Tire Scanning Looks to Streamline Vehicle Inspections
According to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA), tire failures are to blame for approximately 11,000 vehicle crashes per year. That’s why it’s necessary for automotive and tire companies to remove dangerous, defective tires from circulation. In order to do so, they must have the ability to inspect tires quickly and accurately. Tire dealers
Routine Tire Inspections Yield Profit Down the Line
By checking a customer’s alignment and tread depth, dealers can educate customers on their tire health and also offer data-backed repair services to ensure that their car is running as smoothly and safely as possible.
Selecting the Best Winter Grader Tire
Believe it or not, winter weather is not far off. Even though the temperature is warm where you are, snow is starting to be mentioned in many weather forecasts around the country.
Goodyear Acquires Ventech Systems
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. has acquired Ventech Systems GmbH, an automated tire inspection technology. “Over the past three years, our Goodyear Proactive Solutions business has collaborated with Ventech Systems to integrate its data gathering and analysis capabilities into our fleet management solution,” said Christopher Helsel, Goodyear vice president and chief technology officer.