Octagon Tire is one of the nation’s oldest direct wholesalers of truck tires, headquartered in Minneapolis, MN. As industry leaders in truck tire sales and distribution, our focus is on ensuring our clients get the right tire at the right price. At Octagon Tire we understand the challenges that trucking companies face today. With our flexible billing terms and direct shipping to anywhere in the contiguous 48 states, we’re able to help keep our drivers on the road and in the green.
Don’t forget to ask your salesman about our wide selection of agricultural and mining tires!
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One of our goals at Octagon, is to make sure our clients are making informed decisions when they are purchasing their tires. That starts by making sure our customers know what they are running.
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Cutting Edge and Conventional: Shell’s Starship Concept Truck Arrives
JACKSONVILLE—The Shell Starship has landed. The one and only Shell Starship concept tractor-trailer pulled in here on June 3rd after a six-day run from San Diego to Florida. The slippery sleek rig is the brainchild of long-time trucking efficiency advocate Bob Sliwa, president of Airflow Truck Company, who hand-built the vehicle and drove it across country with his faithful, 12-year old German Shepherd riding shotgun.
USTMA Projects 1.7 Million More Replacement Tire Shipments in 2018
The U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association (USTMA) is projecting a slight increase in U.S. tire shipments in 2018, with improvements in both original equipment and replacement tires. Replacement passenger tire shipments are expected to increase by nearly 1 million units.
The Tire Industry Association (TIA) released a new video during National Tire Safety Week. ‘Tire Safety Starts With Inflation’ is the latest installment in a series of consumer education videos.
Driver Wellness Starts at Work
Building a healthy lifestyle can be hard work! especially for truck drivers, who are constantly on the go and constantly under pressure to be on the go. But the rewards that accrue when truckers live and work more healthfully are nothing to sneeze at, from being safer on the road to incurring lower medical and insurance costs to enjoying a higher quality of life for themselves and their loved ones.
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