Goodyear's AndGo is a vehicle servicing platform designed to deliver full vehicle readiness to help consumer fleets boost their performance. Photo courtesy Goodyear

Goodyear's AndGo is a vehicle servicing platform designed to deliver full vehicle readiness to help consumer fleets boost their performance. Photo courtesy Goodyear

LAS VEGAS — Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. has launched a new vehicle servicing platform that combines predictive software and a national service network.

The servicing platform, called AndGo, is designed to deliver full vehicle readiness to help consumer fleets boost their performance, according to a news release from Goodyear. Through monitoring of service needs and scheduling, the platform activates the tire manufacturer's service network for scheduling to reduce downtime.

AndGo was unveiled at the 2020 Consumer Electronic Show, held in Las Vegas from Jan. 7 to 10.

“AndGo is another Goodyear innovation that will help enable mobility today and in the future,” said Richard J. Kramer, chairman, president, and CEO of Goodyear. “There is no one better positioned than Goodyear with our service network, intelligent tire solutions, and predictive software to provide premium fleet readiness.”

Fleets using AndGo can benefit from routine inspections and tire monitoring, according to the supplier. The platform is also designed to eliminate the guesswork in fleet management, allowing fleets to focus on their end-customers.

AndGo is currently available in select U.S. markets and will expand to additional markets in mid-2020.

For more information about AndGo, visit www.andgonow.com.

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