Commercial Business

BestDrive Opens New Indianapolis Location

Posted on November 4, 2016

BestDrive LLC, a Continental Tire and ContiLifeCycle commercial tire dealer and retreader, celebrated the opening of its newest location in Indianapolis, Ind.

The new BestDrive commercial truck tire, off-the-road and industrial tire service center is centrally located to service the increasing demand from fleet customers.

“Indianapolis is a major transit hub in the Midwest through which many of our existing customers travel,” says Glen Carson, BestDrive director of retail for the Americas. “BestDrive commits to helping all fleets optimize their driving costs through premium products and services. We are excited to bring the BestDrive brand to Indianapolis and introduce our products and services to the local fleet market, helping them to operate more efficiently.”

BestDrive held its official open house on Nov. 3, 2016. During the open house, attendees met with John Vastine, managing director of BestDrive, and learned about the ContiLifeCycle retread process and other services aimed at reducing a fleet’s driving costs.

Related Topics: BestDrive LLC, ContiLifeCycle, Continental Tire the Americas LLC, New store, Retreading

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