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Michelin rolls out new service locator feature

Oct. 15, 2015
“Track My Route” designed to help fleets and owner-operators locate Michelin service providers.
Michelin Americas Truck Tires is adding a new feature dubbed “Track My Route,” to its desktop/mobile site and within the Michelin Truck Dealer Locator app to help both fleets and owner-operators find Michelin-authorized service providers along their specific routes.

“No matter where a truck is originating its journey or where the final destination may be, today’s fleets demand real-time access to information to maximize their efficiency and uptime,” noted Bianca Hogan, Michelin’s U.S. country marketing manager, in a statement. “The new Track My Route feature allows fleets to keep moving.”

She added that the Michelin Truck Dealer Locator app, which is powered by Google Maps, can be downloaded from the iTunes App Store for iOS and through the Google Play Store for Android devices by searching “Michelin truck” or “Michelin dealer locator.”  

Hogan also said this new feature allows commercial vehicle operators to enter their origins and destinations and then view authorized service providers along their routes. 

Fleets can also download the results, which include the dealers’ contact information and services/products offered, with information filtered according to the specific services or products needed, she said.

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