“Customers have been asking for more tire maintenance services that don't add time to their stops,” he said. “TirePass provides a crucial service without tacking on downtime.
“It's a safety tool that can keep customers on the road by detecting problems ahead of time. The best part is it's all done while the driver fuels.”
At a TirePass installation, a trained technician hooks up truck and/or trailer tires to the automatic inflators stationed around the vehicle in the designated TirePass fueling lane. While the driver fuels the truck, tread depth and tire pressures are measured and recorded. Tires are inflated to the desired pressure if necessary. The use of flow-through valve caps maximizes drivers' experience, according to Love's.
All drivers receive immediate reports showing the status of their tires, the company said, and fleets have the capability to receive monthly reports with analyses on all assessments performed throughout the month.