The difference we make would not be possible without our partners.
Family-owned and headquartered in South Bend, Indiana, Tire Rack is America’s largest independent tire tester and consumer-direct source for tires, wheels, and performance accessories. Their team tests tires from every major manufacturer on the company’s state-of-the-art, 10-acre test facility and posts the results to the company’s website where consumers can make an educated decision on a tire, wheel, or performance accessory purchase. Tire Rack has also collected results from more than 150,000 consumer surveys representing over 2.6 billion miles of real-world tire data, the largest known cache of such information anywhere. In addition various testing and informational videos are available online in their video center.
Since 1979, Tire Rack has grown from a single-point retail store in Indianapolis to encompass over 1.8 million square feet of space in six distribution centers across the country. A diverse and broad in-stock inventory from 17 major tire and 43 wheel brands can be delivered anywhere in the country in two days or less. A national network of more than 5,000 independent Recommended Installers are available to service customers’ local installation needs.
Today, two generations of the family manage day-to-day operations of the most knowledgeable and customer-centric team in the industry.
By supporting Tire Rack Street Survival, Tire Rack has dedicated itself to saving the lives of teenage drivers across the country and improving the safety of everyone on America’s roads.
BMW Car Club of America Foundation
In March 2002, the BMW Car Club of America, an organization of over 75,000 members, formed the non-profit, tax-exempt, charitable BMW CCA Foundation to provide benefits to the motoring public and owners of BMW automobiles. Its charter under Section 501(c)(3) enables the Foundation to establish programs to benefit the public in general, and BMW owners specifically. The vision of the Foundation is to be a significant repository of BMW information and to foster educational programs for the automotive community.
To that end, the Foundation has three initiatives on which it is focused: the Conservation and Preservation Program, which fosters and promotes the art of vehicle preservation and restoration; the Library, Archives, and Museum Program, which is creating a repository for BMW-related historical documents, literature, and paraphernalia; and the Driver Safety School Program, which provides financial aid and management to the Tire Rack Street Survival program.
Sports Car Club of America
As the world’s largest auto club and America’s premier racing organizer, the Sport Car Club of America promotes automotive education and safety programs, preserves the history of racing and rallying in America, and encourages college-level automotive engineering students. To those ends, it has partnered with Street Survival and its commercial sponsor Tire Rack to promote teen safe-driving programs throughout America. The all-volunteer staff puts on Street Survival schools at SCCA events and venues all year long, teaching car-control skills to new drivers and potential members.
Based in Connecticut, FCP Euro was established in 1986 servicing the local Volvo and BMW parts markets. In 2001 the brick and mortar store was taken online. Over the next few years they began to develop a website where they listed the entire catalog online of European Car Parts as well as develop their kitted products and reputation for great customer Service.
FCP Euro offers the highest quality replacement auto parts, unparalleled customer service and providing the do-it-yourself enthusiast the knowledge and technical support to help maintain and own their vehicles.
Based in Milford CT their 100,000 sq ft distribution center holds over $10 Million of in-stock inventory ready to ship out the same day.