US Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company Is Working With Borrow On A New Innovative Service Pilot Project

- Jun 04, 2019-

According to foreign media reports, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company is working with Borrow on a new innovative service pilot project to continue to supply tires and solutions for future mobile travel providers. Headquartered in West Hollywood, California, Borrow is a short-term subscription company for pure electric vehicles.

Goodyear is providing the network's fleet with a unique predictive tire service solution to predict and automate tire maintenance and replacement services. Leveraging Goodyear's expertise in the tire field, the cloud-based platform predicts and automates tire service through vehicle data and proprietary algorithms.

In this pilot project, Goodyear's focus is on providing tire services to the fleet while providing additional services to maximize Borrow's uptime and improve the customer experience. At present, Goodyear uses its mobile trucks to provide services. With the continuous advancement of the pilot project, Goodyear may join the dealers and its retail stores affiliated with the company.

At present, Borrow has successfully put more than 80 customers on the road. By the end of 2019, it is expected that 750 cars will be put into use. By partnering with Goodyear, Borrow aims to provide an efficient fleet service that provides customers with a worry-free experience.

Goodyear's pilot project with Borrow is based on a pilot project with Envoy and Tesloop, and the pilot project was also very successful. Envoy is an on-demand, community-based, shared electric vehicle company, and Tesloop is a company that specializes in using Tesla electric vehicles to provide inter-city mobile travel services. Developed and implemented through Goodyear's Innovation Lab in San Francisco, these pilot projects are designed to connect with automakers, suppliers, and start-ups associated with mobile travel, for fleets, self-driving cars, and Other mobile travel applications build products and data-driven service models.