Tire tracking: Today’s features for tomorrow’s tires

For fleet managers, there’s already well-established ways to control tire costs, including implementing maintenance and DVIR checklists, ensuring tires are properly inflated, and following a tire maintenance schedule. But as important as your tire tracking program is now, it’s set to become even more so in the near future.

As consumers and regulators fuel the drive for sustainability across fleet-heavy industries, new types of tires, especially those featuring innovations in materials and design, could introduce uncertainty in terms of performance and durability. Fleet managers will need to track tires even more closely to ensure they get the best possible return on investment. 

The future of tires is bright, with new materials and designs promising a smaller environmental footprint at every stage of the life cycle, from collecting feedstock to recycling old scrap tires. But new technology inevitably involves unknown outcomes. For fleet managers, now is the best time to start or ramp up tire tracking, so you can control costs today and make data-backed decisions in the future. 

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Arrive at your cost-saving goals with fleet tire tracking

With inflation rising and supply chains tightening, fleet cost control is more important than ever. If you want to save money, you need to look at where you’re spending, and for fleet managers, tires are usually the third largest overall expense. With the right fleet tire management software, you can get the data you need to stay ahead of maintenance and under budget. And more importantly, it helps you do that while ensuring the safety of your technicians, drivers, and everyone else on the road. 

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