How I Drive | Profile of Michelin’s Brian Remsberg

How I Drive | Profile of Michelin’s Brian Remsberg

Last March, I took my first trip to Greenville, SC to attend my first Michelin event – Women and Tires. While there, I not only got have a blast test driving at Michelin’s Proving Grounds, I also got to meet Michelin’s Director of Consumer Public Relations Brian Remsberg. Brian likes cars, safe tires (of course), and judging by his Twitter handle, golf. Let’s learn a little more about Brian by checking out his driving style!

How I Drive | Brian Remsberg

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Location: Greenville, SC

Daily Driver: The last Pontiac ever built! 2009 G8 GT with MICHELIN Pilot Sport All-Season 3 Tires

Time Spent Driving/day: 30 minutes

Road Most Traveled: I-85 – the only 8-mile stretch of Greenville with traffic

Driving Style in One Word: FunSafeFast

In-Car Must-Haves: Tunes and fresh air when above 60 degrees

Driving Tunes: Tom Petty and Bob Seger or Mike & Mike (ESPN radio) between 6-10 a.m.

Time-saving technique: Ability to read a map and know the back roads — never stuck in traffic.

Hanging from rear view: Nothing.

Stay tuned for more “How I drive” profiles. Whose profile would you like to see next?

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Melanie Batenchuk founded Be Car Chic in 2009 as a way to help consumers make smart decisions when buying and selling their cars. Her prior work at the dealership, trade association and manufacturer levels has provided her a deep understanding of the complex facets within the auto industry, making her a leading woman in her field.