Maintain Fleet Tires With Monthly Mobile Tire Inflation Services

We assess the pressure in every tire, every month, and fill with nitrogen for optimized tire performance - better handling, better mileage and lower risk of flats or blow outs in commercial fleets.

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About FTS Mobile Tire Inflation Services

Our hi-tech mobile tire inflation vehicles can come to your location and perform our monthly tire inflation services on-site.

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Reduce Downtime

Our hitech vehicles arrive on site and complete tire inflation maintenance in the lot without moving the vehicle, freeing maintenance bay space for more important repairs.

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Reduce Labor Hours

By outsourcing your tire pressure maintenance to FTS, you free up your mechanics and technicians to perform more intensive maintenance while still getting the benefits of regular tire pressure maintenance.

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Improve Operations

Freeing up your technicians and mechanics all while freeing up bays for additional maintenance can have significant improvements on your overall operations and improve safety & profits.

Tell Us About Your Fleet & See How Much FTS Can Save You

Learn how to save money and time with FTS.

The Risks vs The Benefits of Regular Tire Inflation Services

NOT Properly Performing Monthly Tire Maintenance

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    Poor gas mileage

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    Faster tire wear

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    Increased man hours for tire replacements

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    Potential FMC violation

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    Increased insurance costs

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    Flag in SAFER database

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    Safety risk

Nitrogen Inflation + Properly Performing Monthly Tire Maintenance

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    Improved gas mileage

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    Reduced tire wear

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    Eliminate man hours for tire inspection & maintenance

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    Reduced liability & insurance costs

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    Improved budgeting

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    Improved confidence in fleet

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    Quality maintenance records

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    Greatly reduced safety risk

The Truth Is In the Numbers.

FTS mobile nitrogen tire inflation services can change your bottom line and improve operations significantly.

Minutes

An 80 hour week + 20 hours overtime — that’s how much time is required to maintain the tires of a fleet of 100 buses.

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Safer

Underinflated tires are 3x more likely to be involved in an accident, according to NHTSA.

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Savings

Tires that are properly inflated pay for themselves in reduced wear, improved gas mileage and reduced personnel hours.

Gallons +

In a FTS bus study, we discovered we can save one bus 47 gallons in fuel economy.

Nitrogen Tire Filling for Improved Performance, Reduced Cost

Since 2004, nitrogen has been replacing air in cars, trucks, and heavy equipment. The fact is, it is superior to air in maintaining pressure in any temperature, reducing inflation loss, and increasing tire longevity. FTS uses Nitrogen in all of our tire fills because this one small change in tire maintenance, particularly in heavier, multi-tire vehicles, can save thousands of dollars annually.

Resources

US Accountability Office Letter

In this 2007 letter by the United States Government Accountability Office, they discuss the technologies available to help reduce crashes that are related to underinflated tires and improve fuel economy, including TPMS and Nitrogen inflation. Read their other recommendations here. 
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The Truth About Tire Pressure

One billion gallons. That’s the amount in fuel savings each year that motorists could reach if we all properly inflated our tires. In this article, Brooks Jackson, Director Emeritus with FactCheck.org, explores whether proper tire inflation could save as much oil as expanded offshore drilling. Read more.
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TPMS Final Rule

To help decrease the number of crashes on U.S. highways due to underinflated tires, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration adopted the Transportation Recall Enhancement, Accountability, and Documentation (TREAD) Act in 2000. The Act requires the installation of a Tire Pressure Monitoring System in all new light vehicles. Read the entire ruling here.
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