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etyres is the UKs first online tyres retailer and we opened our Epsom branch at the start of 2008. Since then we have been getting busier all the time. Customers have told us the convenience of having tyres fitted at home or work locations has been a major advantage for them.
And because we don’t need to run an expensive tyre depot, we keep our prices low and pass the savings on to our customers with cheap tyres prices – up to 40% lower than high street retailers.
So, if cheap tyres Epsom is your search term, you have come to the right firm. Our mobile tyre fitting service stretches from Ewell and Stoneleigh in the north, to Box Hill, Bookham and Horsley in the south and from Cobham and Oxshott in the west, to Banstead and Kingswood to the east. We also cover Ashtead, Leatherhead, Epsom Downs, Tadworth and all the areas in between and there are no call-out charges or hidden extras.
So if you need tyres, puncture repairs of a car battery in the Epsom branch area you can order online or by calling the national call centre on 0800 028 9000 and we will be glad to help.
Are you among the one in ten drivers who haven’t checked their tyres for a year or perhaps you are one of the two thirds who don’t even know what the minimum legal tyre tread depth is?
If you can hold your hand up to being guilty of either of these failures, then now is the time to get a grip on your tyre safety situation and make sure your tyres are safe and legal as we head into winter.
There is no need to be embarrassed about admitting you haven’t got a clue what you are looking for when it comes to checking your tyres. Just follow our simple steps and you will enjoy safer driving and minimise your risks of being involved in a tyre-related motoring incident, such as aquaplaning:
1. Check tyre tread depths and make sure they are well above the legal minimum of 1.6mm. If you are not sure how to do this, click here to watch our short etyres tyre tread depth video
2. Check tyre pressures to ensure they are in line with the vehicle manufacturers recommended settings
3. Check the tyre for signs of damage, such as cuts, lumps or bulges and make sure there are no items embedded in the tread. These problems can lead to slow punctures and blowouts at high speed
Your tyres are the only things separating your from the road and they deserve a lot of care and respect. This is also why so many motoring and safety experts recommend replacing your tyres once they wear below 3mm. Tests show you can actually reduce stopping distances by more than a car length when breaking on tyres with a 3mm tread depth, rather than the legal minimum of 1.6mm.
etyres Epsom supply and fit a wide range of tyres to suit all vehicles and budgets, including special winter tyres, and if you buy two or three tyres you can get an extra £10 off or a £25 discount if you buy four new tyres thanks to our etyres Discount Promise.
Cold weather really takes its toll on a vehicles battery, making it less efficient and harder to start or restart your car. Battery faults are probably the most common cause of breakdowns and it couldn’t be more unwelcome during the freezing cold winter months, which is why is a good idea to act now to make sure your battery isn’t about to let you down.
Of course, van and car batteries can die at any time of the year, but it’s more likely to happen during the winter, because the colder it gets the more power our engines need to get them started. Then there is the fact that lights, heaters, windscreen heaters, seat warmers and windscreen wipers are all putting extra demands on the battery.
However, it is possible to reduce the possibility of suffering a battery problem if you carry out a few basic checks and take precautions to prolong its life.
Check the age of your battery, because it is only expected to have a lifespan of around five years, so if yours is older than that it may well be on its last legs.
Also, when you park up ensure that everything electrical is turned off, including the interior lights, boot light and radio, because if any of these are left on overnight they can kill a battery when it’s cold. Likewise, when you start the car first thing in the morning or after leaving work always make sure that non-essentials like seat warmers and windscreen wipers are turned off.
If you notice the tell-tale signs that your battery is on its last legs, we recommend you replace it sooner rather than later, thus avoiding being stranded at home or work with a car going nowhere.
Look out for signs such as a sluggish starter motor when the ignition key is turned and headlights that dim when the engine speed drops to an idle.
etyres Epsom supply and fit a comprehensive range of batteries to suit all budgets, and our low prices include fitting, disposal of the old battery and VAT, plus all our batteries come with a three year guarantee.