Director Aled Williams says Michelin has maintained its on-road performance, adding that the contract, which covers its 9,500-strong fleet of cars and commercial vehicles, complements Days philosophy of quality.
“Our clients look to us for guidance on best practice, whether that’s on how the driver is performing, how the vehicle is performing or how the tyres are performing,” states Williams.
“Michelin is recognised around the world as a byword for excellence in tyre technology, and that’s why we feel Michelin tyres remain the ideal choice for us.”
Williams also believes that fitting Michelin will help its clients save on fuel, thanks to their low rolling resistance.
Replacement tyres will continue to be fitted by ATS Euromaster, which has more than 340 centres around the UK, and operates a fleet of 820 service vans.