Bandag Tires & Fleet Services Near Black Pines, BC

How can Bandag help you? Tell us about your fleet and we'll tell you what retread tires can do for you. Contact a local Bandag dealer near Black Pines, BC to learn about fleet services, retreads, and resources.

What is a retread?

Retread tires, or “recap tires” are the best way to get more out of one of your fleet’s most important investments. They’re such a successful way of managing fleet and truck tires that nearly half of all North American replacement truck tires are retreads.

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Why Visit Your Bandag Dealer Near Black Pines?

Need fleet support or new retread tires near Black Pines, BC? Your nearby Bandag dealer has what you need. Bandag’s history goes all the way back to 1957. Bandag has been a trusted leader in the retread industry for over 60 years. Now, the Bandag family is made up of thousands of dealers and service centers across the country, plus Bridgestone, Firestone, and Dayton tire dealers. Bandag’s dealer network is beyond compare, and our commitment to quality and innovation is solid. Whether you take on the road in an 18-wheeler or manage the city’s fleet of emergency vehicles from behind a desk, the closest Bandag dealer near Black Pines can help make sure your trucks (and their drivers) hit the road with confidence. Retread Tire Finder

Bandag Retread & Recap Tires Near Black Pines

Some of the world’s largest fleets rely on Bandag retreads. Retread tires are a responsible choice. They’re better for the environment and better for your budget. A retreaded truck tire saves enough energy to power 800 homes for an hour [1] and can help reduce operating costs by half or more. [2]

You may be wondering what sets Bandag retreads apart from all the other tire retreading shops near Black Pines. It has to do with years of engineering experience and an enduring promise of quality. Whatever your application, our tread designs can match it. They’re tested again and again under real loads, in real-world circumstances. Because you don’t drive in lab-controlled conditions. You drive on the open road, and sometimes off it, just like Bandag retreads. Our cutting-edge rubber is custom formulated to handle grueling wear. Our original designs reduce rolling resistance to boost fuel efficiency.

All together, our warranty and replacement tire enhancements help reduce your total cost of ownership and boost driver confidence mile after mile. Contact a Bandag dealer near Black Pines to see how retread or recap tires can be good for your bottom line and overall business.

Need Fleet Services Near Black Pines? Call Bandag

Part of what makes Bandag a better choice is our commitment to advancing tire services and solutions for British Columbia fleets. Bandag dealers near Black Pines offer all kinds of fleet services, including wheel and rim refinishing, mobile and in-house alignments, 24-hr roadside assistance, yard checks, tire inspections, air up programs, and more. But we know fleets need more than tire maintenance. That's one reason we strive to reduce fleet management struggles with inventory tracking, tire program reporting and analysis, single source billing, and driver awareness training. Our training programs are geared toward improving tire program safety and efficiency. Work with a Bandag dealer near Black Pines for fleet assistance today. Bandag really can make a difference for you. We'll focus on your tire program so you can focus on your business.

[1] From Duke: A retreaded truck tire =2901 MJ/tire energy savings is enough to power 800 homes for 1 hour (3.62 MJ per home per hour). 15 M retreads/year - 43.5N MJ - enough to power all the homes in the US for 4 days (based on 2016 US Census of 125.82M households in the US) [2] Many of the largest fleets in the US recognized the value of retreads back in the 1970s and have been saving over $1MM annually ever since. The primary benefit of retreaded tires is the reduced cost, less than 1.5 cents per mile, versus the industry average of around 4.5 cents per mile. A quality casing can be retreaded as long as it meets strict inspection requirements.