JohnDow Industries Releases Videos In Support Of The Tire Taxi Launch

JohnDow Industries Releases Videos In Support Of The Tire Taxi Launch

Designed for the automotive tire and service industry, the Tire Taxi (JDI-TT1) makes moving tires and wheels through storage areas and service bays simple, fast and safe.

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JohnDow Industries, as a major part of its Tire Taxi new product launch recently released two videos that detail the benefits of this exciting new product. Designed for the automotive tire and service industry, the Tire Taxi (JDI-TT1) makes moving tires and wheels through storage areas and service bays simple, fast and safe.

The videos go into detail communicating specific features of the Tire Taxi for the service technician, including:

• increasing shop efficiency and productivity
• decreasing injuries and promoting safety
• four (4) heavy-duty casters with a load capacity of 265 lbs.
• the ability to move up to eight (8) tires or five (5) tire and wheel assemblies

In addition, the videos detail the features of the Tire Taxi EX (JDI-TT1-EX) an extended height version of the Tire Taxi. With an overall working height of 23-inch the Tire Taxi EX creates a more ergonomic height for the technician that helps to improve work posture, avoid unnecessary lifting and reduce strain on the back, knees and shoulders, according to JohnDow.

JohnDow management stated, “The Tire Taxi and the Tire Taxi EX will revolutionize moving tires around service bays. These videos really tell and show the story of how these products make it both safer and more productive for the service technician.”

The videos were developed to introduce, describe and demonstrate the products in use to increase customer knowledge and enhance their ability to select the safest and most efficient equipment. In addition to website exposure, JDI’s new videos will open up numerous marketing strategies for customers, distributors and sales reps all with the intent of maximizing Tire Taxi sales.

For more information on the Tire Taxi and to view the videos, go to http://www.johndow.com/pages/automotive_service and scroll down to Tire Taxi.

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