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“Fantastic customer service and cheap tyres brilliant” Mrs Green, Kirtlington 19/04/2010
“Excellent prices, great service and I don’t have to leave my house!” Mr McCobb, Tackley 08/04/2010
“My first experience of a mobile tyre fitting service and I will never use another tyre depot again, fantastic!” Mr Hartman, Kidlington 6/4/2010
” Very good service, thanks” Mr Smith, Kidlington 8/4/2010
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Etyres was the UKs first online tyre retailer and operates a branch in Kidlington and the surrounding areas. Every year thousands of satisfied customers keep returning to us time and time again, knowing that our tyres are up to 40% cheaper than at the leading high street depots.
We are dedicated to saving consumers time and money. Our mobile service means our customers do not have to waste their time travelling and waiting around in tyre depots, because we come to you, at your home or workplace. And because our operational costs are low we pass the savings on to our customers with premium brands at cheap tyres prices.
Plus our prices are fully inclusive of fitting, balancing, standard valve replacement, VAT and even old tyre disposal – so there are no hidden extras!
So if Cheap Tyres Kidlington is your search term, then we are the people for you and our mobile tyre fitting service stretches from Tackley in the North to Wolvercote in the South and from Charlton-on-Otmoor in the East to Cassington in the West, with all areas in between covered.
Anyone looking for tyres, puncture repairs of car batteries in the Kidlington area is welcome to order online or through the national call centre on 0800 028 9000.
Lorna – tyres Kidlington, writes: Apparently, more than a third of drivers in the UK are needlessly increasing their fuel bills and taking extra safety risks by failing to keep their tyres properly inflated, according to a new study by TyreSafe.
And the UK’s leading tyres safety organisation estimates that £700 million of a fuel is being wasted each year as a result of under-inflation.
The news comes at a time when average petrol prices have reached an all time high of 119.9p a litre.
It claims that by keeping tyres inflated to their correct pressure motorists benefit from lower fuel bills, longer tyre life, increased safety and reduced CO2 emissions – so it’s a no brainer!
And so you can’t use the excuse about not knowing how to check it, here is a step-by-step guide to take you through it:
1. Check your tyre pressures at least once a month.
2. Tyre pressures should be checked against the vehicle manufacturer’s recommended level which can be found in the vehicle handbook and on a plate which is often located inside the fuel filler cap or on the driver’s door sill.
3. Check the pressure when tyres are cold (i.e. when you have travelled less than two miles).
4. If you are carrying a full load of passengers or luggage or will be towing a trailer or caravan, pressures should be increased in line with the vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations.
5. Ensure a reliable and accurate gauge is used.
6. Check the pressure in all four tyres not forgetting the spare as well.
7. When checking pressures, give the rest of the tyre a visual inspection. Remove any stone or other objects embedded in the tread. Look out for any bulges, lumps or cuts.
And remember, if you do need a new tyre etyres operate a free mobile fitting service and we’re up to 40% cheaper than the leading high street tyre depots.