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“You came highly recommended by a friend and did not disappoint. Two new tyres fitted at my home this morning, while my kids watched the fitter from the window and thought it was very exciting. Great service.”
Mrs P Thomas, Bishop Auckland – 2/11/12
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etyres is a leading mobile tyre company and we offer a popular service fitting tyres in Bishop Auckland and the surrounding areas. Our mobile service means you can have your tyres fitted at a time and location of your choice,whether that is at your home or work. Plus, our prices for car, van, motorhome, caravan and trailer tyres are much lower than the traditional high street depots for economy, mid-range and the premium brand tyres, including Bridgestone, Michelin and Pirelli. Our convenient mobile service is very popular in the bustling market town of Bishop Auckland, which boasts a fascinating 2,000-year heritage. Known as the gateway to Wearsdale, the town enjoys commanding views over the surrounding countryside and is home to the magnificent Auckland Castle and the surrounding 800-acre Bishop’s Deer Park. All our prices include fitting, a new valve, balancing, disposal of the old tyre and VAT – there are no hidden extras. We also offer a puncture repair service and supply and fit batteries in Bishop Auckland and all the surrounding areas, including Newton Aycliffe, St Helen Auckland, Coundon, Willington and Spennymoor.
David – etyres Bishop Auckland writes: With fuel prices hitting painful highs, here is a quick tip to help you save a few pounds at the pumps – make sure your tyres are properly inflated. If your tyres have got the right amount of air in them, it will make your vehicle more fuel efficient, because under-inflatedtyres have lower rolling resistance and need more energy to make them turn. In fact, studies show that when tyres are under-inflated by just 20 per cent (around 6psi), 3 per cent more fuel is used and it has been estimated that in the UK as much as £337 million of fuel iswasted each year as a result of driving on under-inflated tyres. And there are other significant advantages to having properly inflated tyres, they will last longer, be less prone to blowouts and reduce your CO2 emissions. Checking pressures is a quick and easy job and should be done at least once a month or before a long journey. You can find the correct pressures in the driver’shandbook, inside the fuel filler cap or on a plate on the drvier’s door sill.