Love's completes nationwide rollout of TirePass system Love's Travel Stops

Love's completes nationwide rollout of TirePass system

Full-service tire inflation available at more than 200 locations

Professional drivers across the country now have access to technology that detects potential tire- and wheel- related problems before they occur. The system-wide rollout of TirePass, Love’s Travel Stops full-service tire inflation system, is complete. Installations began earlier this year, and the system is now available at more than 200 locations.

“TirePass is a solution Love’s provides to save our customers on their cost per mile,” said Dan Jensen, director of tire sales and service for Love’s. “Underinflated tires and uneven tread wear can decrease fuel efficiency and lead to dangerous situations. Customers have been pleased with how fast our trained technicians can perform this critical piece of preventative maintenance and we’re happy to offer it to more drivers.”

Most locations with Love’s Truck Tire Care centers are equipped with TirePass and new locations with tire care facilities will begin receiving TirePass.

According to Love’s, TirePass can extend the life of a tire by automatically inflating tires to the desired pressure. While a driver fuels, a technician hooks up truck and/or trailer tires to the automatic inflators stationed around the vehicle in the designated TirePass fueling lane. Tires are inflated to the desired pressure if necessary, and tread depth and pressure are measured and recorded.

Fleet managers can receive immediate notification if a major problem is detected, giving them real time visibility of their units. Reports on all assessments performed throughout the month give fleets a way to analyze the life of their units’ tires. Drivers also receive immediate reports showing the status of their tires. 

Love’s Truck Tire Care representatives will answer questions and offer live TirePass demonstrations at the Great American Trucking Show (GATS) August 27-29. 

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