TYRES IN CHESTER AREA
Etyres, which operates in Chester and the surrounding area, is a mobile tyres fitting company dedicated to saving consumers time and money. Being mobile means that our customers do not have to waste their time travelling to tyres depots and waiting around because we come to you, at work or at home. And because we operate a convenient mobile tyre fitting service, we don’t have expensive depots to run and huge overheads, so our costs are much lower than our competitors, meaning our prices are up to 40% lower than leading tyres fitting companies.
If cheap tyres Chester is the search term you were looking for then we are the people you need. We offer a mobile tyre fitting service to Chester, the Wirral and the surrounding area. We cover from Runcorn in the North to Wrexham in the South, and Tarvin in the East to Hoylake to the west. We also fit tyres in Buckley, Ellesmere Port, Saltney, Queensferry and all the surrounding villages.
Anyone needing new tyres, puncture repairs or car batteries in Chester can order online or by phoning the local call centre on 0845 8330082 or the national call centre on 0800 028 9000.
TYRES CHESTER BLOGS
January 13, 2014
If you are thinking about ordering a set of winter tyres for your car now is a great time to buy from etyres Chester. The temperature is continuing to drop and so are the prices of our extensive winter tyres range.
We are currently offering customers £25 off a full set of four winters or regular tyres, a special offer which runs alongside a £10 discount on two or three tyres in our Big Sale.
Winter tyres are common in Europe and in many countries they are compulsory, but they are not just more effective than regular tyres when our roads are blanketed with snow and ice, winter tyres also offer superior performance when temperatures drop below 7C, which is very common in the UK between October and March.
Winter tyres can significantly reduce the risk of accidents, because they offer better performance in terms of traction control and handling. When the temperature goes below 7C, regular ‘all season’ tyres rapidly become less flexible losing their ability to grip the road and dramatically increasing your stopping distance. However, winter tyres contain a higher silicone content which prevents hardening and allows them to remain flexible and offer better grip in colder weather conditions.
Winter tyres also have large numbers of tiny lateral grooves called sipes that grip to the road by biting into snow and ice. For example Michelin’s winter tyres have about 1,500 sipes, compared with 200 on a summer tyre.
You can order new winter tyres online now or call etyres Chester on 01244 439742 for more information. Alternatively you can phone our national sales team on 0800 028 9000 or 0333 323 9000 from a mobile for advice about winter tyres or any of the regular tyres etyres Chester supply and fit at your home or work at time that is convenient to you.
Shaun, etyres Chester
October 15, 2009
Shaun – tyres Chester writes: Drivers in the North West are among the most likely to be involved in tyres related car accidents, according to safety organisation TyreSafe.
The warning has been issued following research which revealed that nearly one in four drivers in the region have never checked the tread depth on their tyres.
Meanwhile drivers in Wales are apparently the most responsible with more than four in ten claiming to have checked their tyre tread depth within the last month, the maximum period recommended between checks.
Stuart Jackson, chairman of TyreSafe, said that although the drivers in the North West are amongst the countries worst offenders with regard to tyre safety: “Our survey revealed a shocking number of drivers across the country are failing to take adequate steps which could stop them from being involved in a car accident.
“Stopping distances in the wet are significantly increased if tyres do not have sufficient tread depth. Without regularly checking tread depth, the only time these drivers realise they are lacking grip may be as they are skidding out of control towards another vehicle.”