Serves the Commercial Small Fleet Market of 10 – 50 Vehicles

Tire Discounters Offers Multiple Services to Fleet Customers

July 25, 2013

To help better serve local and national fleet customers, Tire Discounters provides vehicle and tire maintenance as well as different billing options, including centralized billing to all major fleet management company national accounts, electronic centralized invoicing and billing options to local fleet accounts.

“Tire Discounters has always been dedicated to providing the most professional, highest quality service to all our customers,” said Nils Olsson, Tire Discounter’s director of business development. “Our focus with Tire Discounters Fleet Services is on outstanding customer service while maintaining a pulse on the fast-paced business needs of our fleets — specifically, professional service with an emphasis on safety while still providing highly competitive pricing.”

With 82 store locations in the Midwest (Columbus, Dayton, Cincinnati, Lexington, Louisville), each location is equipped to provide tire and maintenance for vehicles of up to 3/4 tons — products include wheels, shocks and struts and brakes.

“We know that managing a fleet of vehicles is hard work and goes far beyond the cost of the repair,” said Olsson. “Timeliness, commitment to vehicle safety, and quality products from Tire Discounters makes the nuisance of fleet maintenance and repair so much easier for our accounts.”

For more information on fleet services, visit www.tirediscounters.com/fleet.

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