Commercial Business

Cooper Adds Emergency Roadside Service for Fleets

Posted on October 20, 2015

Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. has added 24/7 emergency roadside tire replacement and repair for eligible commercial trucking fleets that are part of the Roadmaster national account program. The new service is called Roadmaster Fleet Service Network.

Cooper says the Roadmaster Fleet Service Network applies consistent pricing for tire and services across the country regardless of location and provides the ease of direct billing.

“With fleets, it’s all about being operational around the clock. Downtime really costs,” says Gary Schroeder, Cooper’s director of commercial vehicle and OEM sales for Roadmaster.

“Our new emergency roadside service keeps our customers rolling day and night. The best news is they won’t pay anything different to get back on the road whether they are stuck in the Carolinas or in California. The price is consistent regardless of location and we make account management easy with direct billing. One call to 1.844 FLEET RX gets it done!”

The company remains dedicated to growing its Roadmaster commercial truck tire business, according to Schroeder. “Not only are we introducing the new Roadmaster Fleet Service Network, but we have also invested in a sales and field engineering team focused exclusively on the commercial trucking business.”

The new sales and field engineering team brings decades of experience in servicing national accounts to the company’s fleet customers. “Our Roadmaster tires provide long miles and are backed by a warranty that offers two retreads within six years. These strengths, combined with our attractive pricing, mean Roadmaster drives down cost-per-mile for our customers. That’s our goal,” says Schroeder.

For more information, visit www.coopertire.com.

Related Topics: Cooper, emergency road services, Roadmaster

Comments ( 0 )
More Stories
Richard Edwards, mayor of Bowling Green, Ohio, was flanked by TravelCenters executives Barry Richards, left and Skip McGary at the ribbon cutting ceremony.
News TravelCenters Celebrates the Opening of Its First Retread Facility

TravelCenters of America LLC recently held the grand opening for its first TA Commercial Tire Network Retread Center. Located in Bowling Green, Ohio, the center uses the Goodyear UniCircle and precure processes to retread an average of 110 truck tires a day.

In Grand Prairie, Texas, near Dallas, BestOne opened its first facility. The retread facility was built with space to add two more curing chambers for the future.
News BestDrive Continues Expansion and Opens 2 Locations in Texas

BestDrive LLC, a Continental tire and ContiLifeCycle commercial tire dealer and retreader, has entered the Texas market and opened two locations, one near Dallas and another in San Antonio.

Article Truck Tire Market Analysis

An unexpected surge in domestic truck tire demand in the second half led to a record number of replacement truck tire shipments in 2017. Unable to produce enough tires to meet the demand, Tier 1 and Tier 2 manufacturers lost market share versus 2016.

Be the First to Know

Get the latest news and most popular articles from MTD delivered straight to your inbox. Stay on top of the tire industry and don't miss a thing!