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“Extremely impressed with the etyres mobile tyre fitting service. They came to my work address to fit my new tyres in Newcastle, whilst I drank tea and watched from the office window! How easy is that!”
Mrs T Parker, Regent Centre Gosforth – 28 January 2014

“Just wanted to let you know that your Newcastle area fitter Jeremy who fitted my tyres today on Christmas Eve was a pleasure to deal with. Polite courteous did a fantastic job (even thanked me for having clean wheels and making his life easy!). A fantastic brand image for you as a company. Keep it up and you will have me a customer for many more years. First ordered from you in 2004 I believe and never been beaten on price since. Merry Christmas to you all.” Mr T Christopher, Newcastle – December 2013

“I’m so pleased I discovered etyres. They were the cheapest in Newcastle for my new tyres and completely hassle free. Will definitely recommend them.” Mr Isaacs, Continental tyres, Audi A4, September 2013.

“Flat tyre sorted quickly by mobile tyre fitters etyres. I normally buy premium tyres until etyres explained the new ratings on economy and mid-range tyres. Etyres has saved me both money and time, so I’m a happy customer!” Mr Felling, mid-range tyre, Citroen Xsara Picasso, July 2013

“Would recommend etyres to everyone – great service and cheap too!” Mrs Cole, Goodyear tyres, Landrover Freelander, April 2013

“etyres is great value for money and a prompt and friendly service. I would highly recommend them for new tyres and puncture repairs – I’ve had both!” Mr Potts, Subaru, Budget tyres, 5th September 2012

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Looking for new tyres in Newcastle?
July 16, 2014

If you are looking for tyres in Newcastle for your car, caravan, motorhome, 4×4 or van look no further than etyres Newcastle. We supply and fit a huge range of makes and models including Mitchelin, Pirelli, Continental, Nexen and Firestone across premium, mid-range and budget brands to suit your pocket.

If you are looking to save money on your tyre purchase, we are currently running the etyres Summer Sale in which customers can save up to £25 on new purchases, click here to more information.

The process to order your new tyres is simple, just insert your fitting postcode and tyre size into the box on the left hand side of the page and click search, your summer sale discount will be automatically applied.

For help and advice on the right tyre to suit your needs our friendly and knowledgeable sales team are available seven days a week, you can freephone 0800 028 9000 or 0333 323 9000 from a mobile.

Jeremy, etyres Newcastle

How to check your tyres
April 25, 2014

Knowing how to check your tyres and the correct settings can make the difference between catching a problem in time and being stuck at the side of the road. The Institute of Advanced Motorists also advises that maintaining your tyres can enhance your driving experience and reduce your fuel costs.

An under-inflated tyre wears far more quickly than one which is correctly inflated. Industry experts claim that a 20 percent reduction in pressure can reduce a tyres life by up to 30 percent. Under-inflated tyres can also increase your fuel consumption by up to Five percent. Likewise, don’t be tempted to over inflate them as this can cause poor handling, reduced grip and reduced stability when braking and cornering. Always check your tyres when they are cold and make sure you take your vehicles load into account. The pressure settings for various loads can be found in your owner’s manual.

Your tread is the only part of your vehicle that grips the road making its condition very important for the safety of you and your passengers. Driving on low tread depth increases the likelihood of aquaplaning on wet roads, reduces grip and control. The minimum legal tread depth is 1.6mm across the central three-quarters of the tread width and around its entire circumference for UK motorists. If you look closely at your tread you will notice a series of raised bumps within the tread pattern, these are wear indicators and when the tread surface wears down to the same level as these bumps your tyre has reached the legal limit and needs replacing. When checking your tread depth it is also important to look out for signs of damage including lumps, bumps and cracks in the sidewall.

If you do find a problem with your tyres you can order your new tyres online using the search box on the left or call etyres Newcastle on 0191 449 0081 for more information.