Podcast: Michelin on the importance of the right truck tires in the right applications

Podcast: Michelin on the importance of the right truck tires in the right applications

Michelin has been busy this year, introducing quite a few new tires within just the first few months of 2021—there’s the new Energy commercial tires, the new X Works drive tire and the regional X One trailer tire.

Joining me on today’s podcast is Coy Jones, senior marketing manager for on road with Michelin to talk about these new tires, the technology used in making them, and why it’s so important to get the right tire for the right application.

Listen below, and catch up with past episodes of the podcast here.

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