If you keep detailed fleet maintenance records, you probably already know that tire replacement costs often eat up a significant portion of your maintenance budget. Routine maintenance and replacement can be costly, but flat tires are even worse. Minimizing the likelihood of catastrophic failures while maximizing tire lifetime can help to reduce your overall operating costs.
The best way to accomplish both of these goals is with a strict tire maintenance program.
There really is no way to plan for a vehicle malfunctioning issue. You may seem to be cruising along just fine, until one day the engine refuses to crank up or your alternator won't turn over when you need it to. It's during these times that you have to think quickly. The vehicle provides you with a way to get back and forth to work, take your children to school, and run daily errands.