8 Best Practices for Tire Safety

Updated Sep 13, 2022

Tires are the workhorses of the jobsite and, along with labor and fuel, are considered one of the top three operating costs of heavy equipment. That’s why establishing a rigorous tire safety and maintenance program, no matter the size of the company, can pay off with increased uptime, productivity, safety, and on-time completion.

The benefits of a strong tire safety and maintenance program are in sharp contrast to the consequences of skipping safety protocols or deferring maintenance.

Best practices in tire safety and preventive maintenance programs go hand-in-hand. When you operate the correct tires for the application and they are properly maintained, regularly inspected and safely inflated and stored, your equipment will handle better with increased fuel efficiency

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