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Etyres saved me £28 per tyre over Kwikfit in Chelmsford
Mr B Holder 12th December 2010
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Tyres in Chelmsford
If Tyres in Chelmsford is what you have searched for then we are the people that can help. Etyres are a mobile tyre fitting service to Chelmsford and all surrounding areas. We fit your new tyres at your home or work from our specially equipped vans. We do not have the overheads of expensive tyres depots so we are able to sell tyres at prices up to 40% less than leading national chains like Kwik Fit and ATS. We cover from Chelmsford in the North to Grays, Basildon and Canvey Island in the South, and Southend and Rayleigh in the East to Brentford, Romford and Hornchurch in the west. We have over 50 branches around the country giving us nationwide coverage. Call us on 0800 0289000 for a fully fitted price.
Keith – tyres Chelmsford writes: Whether you invest in a set of premium brand tyres or fork out for a couple of economy tyres, you can get better value from both by giving them some TLC.
To start with, by making sure your tyres are always properly inflated you can save yourself a few pounds at the pumps. Having tyres that are 15psi below their recommended pressure can increase fuel consumption by three per cent, according to loads of research.
There are other significant advantages to having properly inflated tyres. They wear more easily which will make them last longer, so you don’t have to shell out for replacements quite so soon.
And of course they are much safer, because they will offer better performance and be less prone to dangerous blowouts.
If that wasn’t enough, they are also kinder to the environment, because they reduce your CO2 emissions.
So if you want to reap the benefits of having correctly inflated tyres just follow these tips:
* Pressures should be checked against the vehicle manufacturer’s recommended level. This can be found in the vehicle handbook and on a plate which is often located inside the fuel filler flap or on the driver’s door sill
* Check the pressure when tyres are cold (i.e. when you have travelled less than two miles)
* If you are carrying a full load of passengers or luggage or will be towing a trailer or caravan, tyre pressures should be increased in line with the vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations. Details can be found in the vehicle handbook
* Ensure a reliable and accurate pressure gauge is used
* Check the pressure in all four tyres not forgetting to check the spare tyre as well
While checking pressures, give the rest of the tyre a visual inspection. Remove any stones and other objects embedded in the tread. Look out for any bulges, lumps or cuts
And remember if you need to have a puncture fixed or a new tyre fitted, etyres Chelmsford come to your home or work to repair or replace your tyre and our prices are always highly competitive.
Keith – tyres Chelmsford writes: If you are thinking about fitting part-worn tyres to your car to save a few pounds, you had better watch this <a href=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFvfnJT-m-g“>video</a> nasty from TyreSafe.
A lot more people are being tempted to buy second-hand tyres because money is tight, but this film by the UK’s leading tyres safety organisation reveals how dangerous they can be.
It is estimated that more than four million part-worn tyres are now sold annually in the UK. Each part worn tyre being sold is required to be inspected against a number of criteria covering its structural integrity, tread depth, standard of repairs as well as being permanently marked as a part worn tyre.
However, despite these clear regulations, in a recent mystery shopper investigation by TyreSafe, 98 percent of the part worn tyres it purchased failed to meet the standard required.
Even more worrying is the fact that over a third of the tyres examined in the investigation contained potentially dangerous forms of non-compliance.
The video shows one tyre was even described by an inspection engineer as having the “potential to kill” as it still contained a metal object penetrating 5cm through the tread in a manner which was likely to result in sudden and total tyre failure had it been fitted to a vehicle.
If you need new tyres and you have got a tight budget, remember that etyres Chelmsford supply and fit a wide range of economy tyres, which might cost a bit more than the part-worns, but are much safer and will last a a lot longer, giving you peace of mind and value for money.