Walmart Inc. and Advance Auto Parts Inc. are bringing an automotive specialty store to the general merchandise retailer’s website in the first half of 2019, and tires will be among the products sold there.
Monro Inc.'s tire installation partnership with Amazon.com is expanding to another 330 stores in 10 states.
Amazon.com Inc. does not own a single retail tire outlet. But it suddenly finds itself with potential access to more than 1,500 of them.
Sears Auto Center has expanded its tire installation program with Amazon.com. The service is available nationwide.
Simple Tire LLC has made a big splash in its first year on the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest growing private companies in the U.S.
Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. will unleash 18 new products over a 24-month timeframe, and has found another online avenue to sell tires to consumers.
Monro Inc. will install tires bought on Amazon.com. The company will initially offer the installation service to consumers in the Baltimore area, but eventually it will expand to include all of Monro's 1,174 stores in 27 states.
TBC Corp. has begun selling tires through a new website, tireamerica.com.
The U.S. Supreme Court on June 21, 2018, ruled that states can collect sales tax on purchases of products made over the Internet. That includes online tire sales.
Amazon.com has picked the company that will be the first to offer tire installation and balancing services for consumers who buy any tire on its website. It's Sears Auto Centers.
How much are consumer tire-buying habits being affected by online buying opportunities? Results from a recent proprietary survey by Tire Consultants Group LLC (TCG) shed some light on the relationship.
Online tire retailer Simple Tire LLC has added another tool for consumers onto its website — the ability to schedule an installation appointment with a local service center.
"Next they'll be selling tires. They sell almost everything else."