GM Tires

General Motors (GM) Tires

Properly maintained tire pressure for GM cars and trucks, including Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, which makes Corvette, and GMC, which makes Yukon, optimizes fuel efficiency and tire tread wear, enhances road safety, lowers fuel and tire costs, as well as carbon dioxide emission.

The decisions makers who need to adopt better tire pressure monitoring and maintenance technology for GM cars are below:

GM Officers
Mary Barra - Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
Daniel Ammann - President
Charles Stevens - Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Alan Batey - Executive Vice President and President of North America
Mark Reuss - Executive VP of Global Product Development, Purchasing and Supply Chain
Craig Glidden - Executive Vice President, General Counsel
Alicia Boler-Davis - Executive Vice President - Global Manufacturing
Carel de Nysschen - Executive Vice President and President of Cadillac
Barry Engle - Executive Vice President, President, South America
Stefan Jacoby - Executive Vice President and President - GM International
Matthew Tsien - Executive Vice President & President, GM China, Inc.
Karl-Thomas Neumann - Executive Vice President, President, General Manager Europe and Chairman of the Management Board of Opel Group GmbH

Founded in 1908, General Motors became the largest car maker in the world, became complacent, slept through the trend toward fuel efficient cars during the years with high gas prices, went bankrupt in 2009, and emerged from bankruptcy in 2010, humbled and hopefully with a new attitude toward customer preferences.
Please contact the above executive at the coordinates below to let them know that you want more accurate GM tire pressure monitoring for all GM brands, including Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Corvette, Yukon, and even Pontiac:

GM Contact Details
General Motors Corporation
300 Renaissance Center
Detroit, MI 48265 USA
P: +1 313 556 5000
F: +1 313 556 5108


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