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Road Choice adds replacement product categories

Aug. 6, 2015
Road Choice Truck Parts released six new replacement product categories to its expanding offering.
Road Choice Truck Parts released six new replacement product categories to its expanding offering, the company recently announced.The newest additions to the portfolio include diesel particulate filters (DPF), heavy-duty commercial batteries, truck fenders, wheel bearings, wheel seals and CB antennas and radios. These additions expand Road Choice’s product offering to 30-plus all-makes, high-volume product categories, distributed through more than 225 retail locations throughout North America, according to the company.“The expanded offering allows fleets and operators to purchase all of their all-makes truck part needs from a single brand,” said Dan Bambrick, private brand manager. “Customers will benefit from an expanded availability of high-quality, affordable replacement parts, increasing their profitability and fleet uptime in the process.”Road Choice added that its products are designed to offer owners of out-of-warranty trucks quality and reliability with parts covered under a minimum, one-year warranty.“Our customers are pushing for quality, as well as affordability, and our quality guarantee allows customers peace of mind and offers long-term value,” Bambrick said.Drivers and fleet managers can find the selection of all-makes parts and a listing of authorized Road Choice Truck Parts retailers here.

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