The new Uni-Maxx Truck Care network Website from The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., www.unimaxxtruckcare.com, provides transportation industry professionals with information about Goodyear’s recently launched on-highway truck service network, which encompasses more than 70 locations.
“The Uni-Maxx Truck Care network is dedicated to providing consistent products and services to all of our customers,” says Clint Schrock, director of on-highway operations for Goodyear. “Our new Uni-Maxx Website will help direct truckers to network locations and will inform them about the diverse portfolio of products and services that we provide to help keep their trucks on the road.”
The Website contains the following features:
• A searchable map of participating Uni-Maxx Truck Care locations;
• Details of Uni-Maxx Truck Care network offerings, such as preventive maintenance, tire service and 24/7 roadside assistance, as well as a list of the other services offered at Uni-Maxx Truck Care locations, including inspections, brakes, belts, electrical and suspension work, gear box changes, U-joint replacements and more; and
• FAQs, news releases and other general information about the Uni-Maxx Truck Care on-highway network.
The Uni-Maxx Truck Care network currently has two members: Wingfoot Commercial Tire Systems, a Goodyear subsidiary, and Boss Truck Shops Inc., a subsidiary of Bosselman Inc., both of which participate through their on-highway Wingfoot Truck Care Centers and Boss Shops locations, respectively.
Many of the network’s shops are located at Pilot Travel Centers and Flying J Travel Plazas. “This gives fleets and owner-operators convenient access to our broad spectrum of products and services,” Schrock says. “Drivers want to be treated fairly and professionally in a consistent, cordial manner that puts their interests first. The new Uni-Maxx Web site represents Goodyear’s ongoing commitment to helping drivers secure the products and services they need, when and where they need them, according to the highest professional standards.”