etyres offer biggest ever range of winter tyres ahead of October snow forecasts

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Motorists who are considering fitting winter tyres to their vehicles this year can make a big saving by ordering now as forecasters predict snow as early as October.

With experts warning that the pending winter is expected to be longer and harsher than recent years etyres, the leading online tyre retailer, is offering its biggest ever range of winter tyres.

And customers who order in September can benefit from etyres Back to School tyres sale and get £35 off when they order a set of four new winter tyres.

Fitting winter tyres can help motorists stay safe and keep mobile even when the weather is at its most hazardous, because they are designed to cope with the difficult driving conditions created by wet roads, snow and ice.

According to forecasters, a drop in temperature will bring the risk of some significant snow across higher ground in parts of the north for late October and early November, while some parts of the south may even see some snow falling in places for the second consecutive year in October and the early part of November.

Meanwhile, widespread frosts and some dense fog patches are also to be expected for this period too and there are likely to be some further periods of wet and stormy weather conditions for the UK in October and November, which will also be accompanied by some very strong and potentially damaging winds at times.

Customers can order their winter tyres online or for more information and impartial advice they can call etyres national sales team on 0800 028 9000 or 0333 323 9000 for a local rate from a mobile.

All orders of winter tyres will have a minimum delivery time of five days, as such same and next day fitting options are not available. It is the customers responsibility to ensure the tyres are correct size and specification for the vehicle, any winter tyres ordered in the wrong size will incur a £50 charge.

To find out more about the benefits of winter tyres go to

Denna Bowman, Head Office

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