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California Tire Dealers Gain Access to Tiremetrix Tools

Posted on April 2, 2018

The California Tire Dealers Association (CTDA) has partnered with Tiremetrix LLC to offer CTDA members two of the company's tools to help with tire registration and tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS).

CTDA members can access Tire Registration Plus and TPMS Manager at a discounted rate through the group's website, www.catiredealers.com.

Tire Registration Plus allows dealers to register tires electronically with any tire manufacturer. The software also provides tire age and recall information. TPMS Manager helps to identify and service both original equipment and replacement sensors in the market.

“A recurring concern expressed by our members is the burden imposed on their business operations by excessive regulations and red tape,” says CTDA Executive Director Marc Connerly. “Tiremetrix has developed a very user-friendly, convenient technology for complying with tire registration requirements, and by creating an access point to the registration software through our website, we are answering our members’ requests to simplify regulatory compliance.”

“We are confident that we’ve created the very best solution for tire dealers to electronically register tires accurately and efficiently, helping to protect their customers and their business at the same time,” says Joe Donehue, president of Tiremetrix.

For more information about Tiremetrix, go to www.tiremetrix.com.

Related Topics: California Tire Dealers Association, Joe Donehue, Marc Connerly, Tiremetrix

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