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CMA launches New Double Coin Tires mobile app

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Double Coin Tires and CMA, tire manufacturer and marketer, is pleased to announce the launch of a new Double Coin Tires mobile application available for Apple iPhone and Android smartphones.

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The free Double Coin Tires mobile application uses global positioning system (GPS) offers multiple capabilities including the ability to search for Double Coin dealership locations within a user’s geographic location as well as a specified radius search or map route. Users will also have the ability to call, share, email, or get directions to a dealership at a click of a button.

“With over 1,000 authorized Double Coin dealer locations, the application will serve as a quick way to find one nearest to the individual wherever and whenever they are in North America,” said Aaron Murphy, vice president of CMA.

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As an added feature, the application also serves as a tire inflation guide. “Proper tire inflation is one of the most important aspects of proper tire maintenance – it can significantly increase the life of the tire and its performance,” Murphy added. “Users are able to obtain 24/7 mobile access to recommended tire inflation pressures for all Double Coin tires.” The app’s design allows users to calculate tire load limits for dual and single axle applications based on tire size and pressure.

The Double Coin Tires mobile application is available for free download by visiting the iTunes App Store and the Android Google Play Store.

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