Winters tires aren’t just a luxury, it’s your job to tell customers the positive impact that the tires can give them.
Being proactive about taking care of your customers with dying or dead batteries is essential this time of year.
As the days grow shorter and the air gets cooler in much of the United States, many drivers will continue to put off vehicle maintenance.
Winter brings with it the excitement of the holidays, the opportunity to engage in invigorating outdoor activities and the chance to wear ugly sweaters that would be shunned any other time of the year. For much of the country, winter also brings potentially hazardous road conditions, meaning your shop should be planning now to help your customers safely weather the season.
Technicians working in areas with harsh winter conditions should make it a point to educate their customers and inspect their wipers this time of year.
Winter visibility is especially critical, no matter if you are in California or Alaska. Make sure your customers are prepared as the weather shifts.