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Crisis Management - COVID-19: The General Manager's Guide to Dealership Recovery

May 11, 2020

This document was used to navigate the 9/11 Crisis and the 2008-2009 Financial Crisis.You need a game plan. You need a strategy. You need to come out of this crisis prepared and stronger than you were before. Be aggressive now and make tough decisions so you can thrive later. I hope this helps you…it guided me, and I know it will help guide you.“If you don’t have a strategy, you are part of someone else’s strategy.” Alvin...

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Four Ways To Work Smarter In 2020

March 17, 2020

With the start of a new year, business owners like you are reviewing their financials, setting budgets and zeroing in on their KPIs, readying themselves for the opportunity a new year brings. You’ve got 12 months of potential bottom-line growth ahead of you. But where will that growth come from? And how will you go about growing it?Tire Review put those questions to a panel of industry experts to examine areas of opportunity where your shop can...

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Tire Profiles: ‘Traxtion' Dealership Solution

March 17, 2020

Tire Profiles (TPI) announces the company’s newest software, TraXtion. TraXtion allows the auto dealer to manage and act upon the data that the TreadSpec technology provides, helping them be more efficient and more profitable.“I am very excited to announce the launch of TraXtion at this year’s NADA show,” said David Boyle, CEO of TPI. “Tires and alignments are quickly becoming the only real volume sales opportunities left in today’s...

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Tire Tech: Rubber Cracking

January 4, 2019

Tires are typically exposed to a number of extreme conditions on the road, including acid rain, harsh chemicals and direct sunlight. Although the rubber compound in a tire may feature anti-aging chemicals in its composition, exposure to the elements can cause the rubber to lose some of its elasticity and create surface cracks. The anti-aging chemicals are more effective when tires are regularly used. Tires on vehicles that are driven infrequently are...

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Breaking In Your New Tires

January 4, 2019

New tires require a break-in period of 500 miles for optimum performance. Many new tires are cured with a release lubricant to prevent them from sticking to their mold. The lubricant stays on the surface of the tires, reducing traction until it is worn away. New tires may also respond slower on the road until the treads slightly wear down.Read More Here...

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