BestDrive opens commercial tire center in Kansas City

BestDrive, a commercial tire dealer and retreader focusing on Continental tire offerings, officially opened its newest location in Kansas City, KS. BestDrive noted it now has 21 commercial tire centers across the United States, with plans to expand into eight additional states by the end of 2018.

BestDrive’s Kansas City tire center is a 32,000-sq.-ft. retail and service space. Less than two miles from the I-35 and I-635 interchange, the location is accessible for its long-haul, regional haul, and on/off-road fleet customers.

“BestDrive is committed to helping our customers achieve their Lowest Overall Driving Cost,” said Sonny Simpson, managing director of BestDrive. “Our customers turn to us for our tire expertise and service excellence. Our rapid expansion over the past seven years is evidence of the high quality service we’re able to deliver to our customers, and the value we’re able to provide for them.”

“BestDrive represents unmatched quality, service and pricing,” says customer Brian Dewberry of Ozark Motor Lines, Inc., Memphis, TN. “Both the new and retread products provide a powerful combination of a solid and proven tire program. I’ve been doing business with BestDrive for a while and they’ve always been incredibly professional and quality-driven.”

BestDrive Commercial Tire Centers offer total fleet tire management with Continental and General Tire brand products, as well as other supplemental tire brands. It equips fleets with new tires and ContiTread retread solutions as part of the ContiLifeCycle program, designed to lower costs and prolong the life of a Continental tire. BestDrive also provides fleet technology such as ContiPressureCheck Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) and Continental’s VDO Roadlog for ELD Mandate compliance.

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