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“Perfect service, very competent and professional” Mr P.F. had two Kumho caravan tyres fitted at his Storage depot.
“Just to say thank you for the excellent service I received from you.”
Maxxis tyres fitted to a Peugeot 306 – J. S.
“Your fitter is awesome.”
Avon tyres fitted to a Toyota Yaris – S. J.
|Tell us about your etyres experience|
Established in 1997, etyres operates a completely mobile tyre fitting service where we come to your home or place of work to fit your new tyres.
etyres is a leading online mobile tyre retailer and we operate a convenient fitting service in Ripley and the surrounding areas.
We fit your tyres at a time and location of your choice, whether that is your home or work, and our prices are also considerably lower than the leading high street tyre brands.
We offer a wide range of tyres covering economy, mid-range and premium and we also carry out puncture repairs and supply and fit vehicle batteries.
Our prices include fitting, a new valve, balancing, disposal of the old tyre and VAT. There is no call out charge and there are no hidden extras.
The etyres Ripley branch covers all the surrounding areas including Denby, Duffield and Heanor.
You can order online or by calling our National Sales Team on 0800 028 9000 or 0333 323 9000 for impartial advice.
Some really good news for our customers. From November this year we will be giving you a Choice about the kind of tyre you require. Things like How efficient it will stop you, how good it is on fuel consumption and how much noise the tyre produces. This will help you decide exactly what kind of tyre you prefer.
Employee 5% discount scheme
Get a further 5% discount if you work for one of these companies. Yes If you are employed by one of these companies, you can claim a further 5% discount off your total etyres order by entering your employee discount code.
Is your battery ready for winter, give your car a good start. We can supply and fit batteries at your home or at your workplace. Our prices include full fitting including V.A.T. and disposal of your old battery. Click here to find your battery.
Yes it’s just around the corner…………..time to have a look at the tyres. How much tread do you have? The legal limit is 1.6mm, however your stopping distance is much reduced if you have 3.0mm or more. What about the general condition of them? Any lumps. bumps or tears in them? If you are unsure give us a call.
Freephone 0800 028 900 or the local branch on 01765 570052
Do you know that all tyres will deteriorate with age, but car tyres tend to use up most of the tread before the rubber starts to age, unlike a caravan tyre. The caravan association advise replacing them every 5 to 7 years or when you can see dry cracks forming around the tyre. if your not sure call us for a free advice.
etyres customer care
Each time we fit a tyre, we treat the steel hub with anti seize grease, this stops the alloy wheel corroding onto the hub assembly, we also torque each wheel nut to it’s correct tension, so you know it has not been over tightened and can be removed at it’s next service requirement with ease.
Every vehicle has factory recommended torque settings, these vary from around 85nm upto 140nm for the larger vehicles. If the nuts are over tightened (and many are) this will stretch and weaken the thread and bolt shaft, causing a weak point within the metal, eventually causing it to shear.
That’s why here at e tyres, we show you the torque setting for your vehicle and you watch us set them correctly.
Mike – etyres writes: You might not think tyres and fridges have much in common, but that is about to change.
From the 1st November, all new tyres will be labelled with a colour-coded sticker so that motorists can make a more informed choice about how safe and efficient they are – just like we do already with fridges.
Manufacturers are already providing labels for all tyres produced after 1st July.
The reason it will benefit motorists is that it offers more information about the hundreds of tyres that are on sale.
The new sticker is designed to show three things:
How good the tyre is at stopping in the wet
How fuel efficient they are
How much noise the tyres make
Tyres graded ‘A’ in each criteria could greatly improve road safety and efficiency, out competing the lowest ranked grade ‘G’ tyre by 30 percent for road safety and potentially saving nearly £1000 on yearly fuel bills.
We will keep you updated with more information on this as the months go by.