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Mobile tyres fitting service in Osbaldwick York

We offer the lowest priced tyres and a mobile tyres fitting service for Osbaldwick York. See our tyres price check comparison. No call out charge. All leading brands of car tyres, van tyres, 4X4 tyres & run-flat tyres. We fit tyres at your place of work or home driveway. Tyres fitting and balancing is fully guaranteed. Also car batteries. Our low prices for tyres and car batteries are fully inclusive, no hidden extras. We don't have expensive tyres depots so our prices are always low.

We offer a complete range of tyres backed up by our efficient and cost effective mobile tyres fitting service for Osbaldwick York. So, rather than having to travel to a traditional tyre depot to have tyres fitted, you remain at home or at work and we come to you. This is much more convenient… and, it also greatly reduces our operating costs so we are able to slash our selling prices of tyres by up to 40%.

Unlike many companies selling tyres on-line we have a head office call centre. This provides advice and technical information on all aspects of tyres. Also, for those who prefer to place their order for tyres by telephone, rather than by buying tyres on-line, we have a freephone facility (0800 028 9000).

We are proud of our Customer service record, and we fully guarantee our work. Please feel free to call our freephone telephone number if you would like personal help and service, we are always ready and willing to explain the choices and make sure you are happy with our sales and service for car tyres and car batteries.

More about Osbaldwick York

Osbaldwick is a village and civil parish in the unitary authority of City of York in the north of England, east of York.

According to the 2001 census the parish had a population of 2,726. Prior to 1996 it had been part of the Ryedale district.

It is mentioned in the Domesday Book as Osbaldeuuic. It is named after Osbald, an earl in the kingdom of Northumbria. The village is home to Osbaldwick Hall and the 12th century St. Thomas Church (although this has been extended with a modern building). The village has been a Conservation Area since 1978.

Osbaldwick is now effectively a suburb of York, located a couple of miles to the east of the city. The village proper lies mostly along one street (Osbaldwick Village); newer housing surrounds this and Osbaldwick is now effectively bounded on three sides by the A1079 to the South, the A64 (forming part of York's Ring Road) to the East and by green-belt land to the North, although this is under threat. To the West, newer housing merges into the Tang Hall district.

Light industrial/trading estates exist to the east of the village (heading towards Murton) and along Osbaldwick Link Road which links it to the A1079, with a large do-it-yourself store on the edge of the village.

New housing (known as Murton Gardens) is being built on the link road and (more controversially) a development known as Derwenthorpe is planned for the green-belt land to the North of the village. Some farmland also exists between Osbaldwick and Murton.

Osbaldwick is served by the No. 6 bus route which runs (theoretically, at peak times) every ten minutes through Osbaldwick, Tang Hall, Layerthorpe and the city centre, continuing on to Clifton Moor. The No. 10 from Poppleton to Stamford Bridge via the city centre and various services to East Yorkshire stop on the edge of Osbaldwick on the A1079 (Hull Road). It has two pubs, the Derwent Arms in the old part of the village and the Magnet near the newer houses on Osbaldwick Lane; as well as a small number of local shops, Osbaldwick offers a fish and chip shop and a Chinese takeaway. The village post office closed in 2004.

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