ACRA, Goodyear Partnership Provides Discount Rates to Members

The American Car Rental Association (ACRA) has partnered with Goodyear to provide a cost-saving national account tire purchase program to ACRA members in the U.S.

No matter what size rental fleet, ACRA members can now purchase Goodyear, Dunlop and Kelly auto and light truck tires at discounted prices through authorized U.S. Goodyear dealers.

In addition, ACRA members can also receive discounted auto and light truck repair and preventative maintenance services through their Goodyear National Fleet Account program.

Through Goodyear’s fleet account program, ACRA members can take advantage of locations nationwide, nationwide limited warranty, invoicing to meet requirements, recognized brand name quality products and service, and trained and qualified personnel working on their vehicles.

Through Goodyear’s National Account website, ACRA members have access to over 4,000 Goodyear company and independently-owned locations. Overall service savings are typically 30% to 35% off from normal pricing.

After completing the application process, special ACRA tire and service pricing becomes available to the approved member. On approval, ACRA members will give their ACRA/Goodyear member number at the Goodyear location.

The program is offered to ACRA members at no charge. If you have any questions, email [email protected] or [email protected]

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