Since their introduction, they have covered millions and millions of miles – the flagship tires for Kmax and Fuelmax for trucks. Now, tire manufacturer Goodyear is presenting the second generation. And a new service called "Total Mobility".
According to Goodyear, the decisive advantage of the new tire series for regional and long-distance fleets is their above-average traction over the entire service life. This is ensured by the particularly deep slats. In addition, all new drive axle tires, as well as all new tires for the steering axle, carry the snowflake symbol and thus already comply with the increasing winter tire requirement for trucks from 2020 onwards.
"The new generation of tires gives fleets even more value, especially in terms of fuel efficiency, connectivity and improved traction in all weather conditions," said David Anckaert, Goodyear's Vice President Commercial Tires Europe.
The manufacturer refers to the new Goodyear Total Mobility offering as a "comprehensive mobility offer for fleet managers". It consists of the manufacturer's premium tire portfolio, its classic and digital tire management solutions – including the predictive G-Predict analysis technology – as well as the more than 2,000 TruckForce partners that provide a high-quality trucking service throughout Europe. Tire service provide.
With the help of Goodyear Total Mobility, tailor-made offers can be derived for each individual customer. The best tires for the respective application are combined with intelligent technologies for tire management. If a breakdown occurs, the network of TruckForce partners, which has a high range of coverage, handles the necessary service quickly and reliably.
The article "Goodyear: New Brummi tires and new service" was added on May 17, 2017 in the category Tires by Rudolf Huber with the keywords Trucks, tires, service, novelty, tires, car tires, motorcycle tires, commercial vehicle tires, summer tires, winter tires released.
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