Goodyear’s fleetHQ goes for the gold

April 25, 2011
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company has come up with a new “gold standard.”

The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company has come up with a new “gold standard.”

The Gold Medallion retread tire program is fleetHQ’s latest service, offering quality retreaded tires for emergency road service from coast to coast. Gold Medallion retreads meet the premium casing standards of large national fleets and are backed by the Goodyear Retreaded Tire Limited Warranty.

To display authenticity, Gold Medallion retreads are branded with a “Gold” emblem on the side of the tread directly above the tire’s DOT number.

Gold Medallion retreaded tires are available throughout the United States and Canada through the fleetHQ network of servicing dealers.

Popular tread designs are available, including the Goodyear G305 AT LHD Fuel Max, G316 LHT Fuel Max and G182 RSD, and in these sizes: 295/75R22.5, 285/75R24.5, 275/80R22.5, 275/80R24.5, 11R22.5, and 11R24.5.

The fleetHQ emergency road service program has no enrollment fees, no incidence fees for calling its toll-free number (866-fleetHQ), and the price customers pay for tires on the road is the same as they pay at home. It offers a portfolio that includes online information systems providing 24/7 access to services in progress, retread history, repair data, and tire purchase histories. To learn more about the program or to find the nearest authorized dealer, go to www.fleetHQ.com.

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