Michelin Fill Up with Air Safety Campaign

Michelin Fill Up with Air Safety Campaign
Michelin Fill Up with Air Safety Campaign From left Mr. Michael Nunag - Chief Representative, Michelin Philippines, Ms. Ruedee Euachongprasit - Communication & Brands Director, SE Asia and Oceania, Ms. Carol Del Rosario - Marketing & Communications Manager, Mr. Dominique Aimon - Technical Communication Director, Michelin HQ/France

I been driving for 20 years already and was able to drive at Canada and United States. I follow road rules and most of all road safety. As a driver and a parent, I see to it our car is well maintained and conducive for family use.
I already taught my eldest son in proper maintenance and he is responsible in inspecting the car essentials like water in radiator, break & steering fluid, oil level and tire pressure. All of these should be never be neglected or else there is a chance you experience some problems along the road.

Michelin Fill Up with Air Safety Campaign (FUWA)

In line with safety, Michelin has come up with a campaign that letting car owner of S&R members a free tire check-up. It is open to both Michelin and non-Michelin owners.



The FUWA Safety Campaign aims to raise awareness among Filipino motorists on the importance of following the recommended tire pressure on vehicular safety. It educates motorists that practicing the maintenance of correct tire pressure has a direct impact on the performance of the vehicle. Inflating the correct tire pressure prevents vehicular accidents and even decreases gasoline consumption.




Another thing that I never knew that Michelin has a 6 years warranty. They are the only tire manufacturer who offers a 6-year warranty. I know that Michelin tires are expensive but if you were going to compute and compare with other tire brands, it would be much cheaper. If only I have that extra money because right now my car need a tire change. It has cracks on its sidewall and the tire thread is worn out already. That when it is raining and I made a sudden stop there is a delay in breaking.



Michelin, the leading tire company, is dedicated to sustainably improving the mobility of goods and peopleby manufacturing and marketing tires for every type of vehicle, including airplanes, automobiles, bicycles/motorcycles, earthmovers, farm equipment and trucks.It also offers electronic mobility support services on ViaMichelin.com and publishes travel guides, hotel and restaurant guides, maps and road atlases. Headquartered in Clermont-Ferrand, France, Michelin is present in more than 170 countries, has 113,400 employees and operates 69 production plants in 18 different countries. The Group has a Technology Center in charge of research and development with operations in Europe, North America and Asia.(www.michelin.com)

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