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Here are a handful of comments we have received from our customers in the Stockport area:

“The fitter was excellent, polite and courteous, great service.”
Mr Uttley, Stockport – September 2014

“Brilliant service, great staff and competitive prices.”
Mr Davies, Stockport – September 2014

“Very pleasant experience, professional and knowledgeable staff throughout the company.”
Mr Percival, Stockport – August 2014

“The fitter was very friendly and very helpful. Will certainly use etyres again.” – Mr Barton, 7/3/13

“I had 4 tyres fitted to my Mini – troublefree service from ordering the tryres through to fitting. Will certainly use etyres again.” – Mrs Byron, 9/3/13

“Mobile tyre fitting – what a fantastic idea! I had my tyres fitted at work which was extremely convenient to me. Great job, thanks a lot.” – Mr Berry, 13/3/13

“I placed an order with etyres in the morning and had them fitted that afternoon at my work. Such a quick, hassle-free service. Recommended to all my work colleagues.” – Miss Lawson,  18/3/13

“The fitter rang before 9am to confirm a time for my appointment. He arrived on time and did a fantastic job. Highly recommend.” – Mrs Graham, 23/3/13

“Amazed at how quickly the job was finished. A quick, easy and efficient service – very happy with the service provided.” – Miss Leach, 26/3/13

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etyres Stockport
Opening Hours
Mon – Fri: 7.30am – 6.30pm
Sat: 8.00am – 5.00pm
13 Stoneyland Dr
High Peak
New Mills

SK22 3DL

Tel: 0800 028 9000

etyres provide the following
Great prices:
Mobile fitting service:
Puncture repairs:
Same day fitting available:
Next day fitting available:
Saturday fitting available:
Tyron bands fitted:
Locking wheelnut removal:
Wheel sizes fitted:

Same day fitting orders must be placed by telephone subject to availability and a small additional charge.

Next day fitting & Saturday fitting subject to availability.

etyres is the UK’s leading online tyre retailer and our Stockport branch offers a convenient mobile fitting service on your doorstep – at home or work.

Gone are the days when you have to drive to a traditional high street depot and wait around while they replace your tyres. etyres comes to you and because our overheads are low we pass the savings on to our customers in the form of cheaper prices.

So, if you’re looking for cheap tyres in Stockport or the surrounding area, we are the firm for you. The local area covered by our mobile fitting service stretches from Stockport in the north to Macclesfield in the south and Glossop (Tameside) in the east to Manchester Airport in the west, with all areas in between covered.

And with no call out charges or hidden extras, our convenient mobile service saves you time, hassle and money. If you are looking for tyres, puncture repairs or car batteries in the Stockport area you can order online or through the national call centre on 0800 028 9000.


etyres Stockport drive home tyre safety message with fire and rescue service
November 30, 2014

etyres Stockport were delighted to have the opportunity to join forces with the Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service to promote the importance of making sure your vehicle tyres are always safe and legal as part of a nationwide road safety campaign earlier this month.

The warning needs to be heeded even more as we approach the winter months, when our roads are more likely to be affected by adverse weather conditions which can lead to hazardous driving situations.

Our team spent a few hours with Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service to promote this vital message during Road Safety Week organised by the charity Brake. We were also singled out for ‘special thanks’ by Frances Egerton, road safety officer for Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service, after taking part in the event at Sainsbury’s in London Road, Wilmslow.

We are always happy to check our customers tyres to make sure they are safe and legal, but it is easy to do this yourself, just ACT now and follow these simple steps:

A – Air pressure in tyres should be checked against the vehicle manufacturers recommended settings. Incorrect pressures can reduce your safety, use more fuel and make your tyres wear out rapidly

C – Condition of tyres should be checked to ensure they are free from lumps, cuts and bulges. Any objects embedded in the tread area should also be removed

T – Tread depths can be checked quickly and easily using the tread wear indicators position around the tyre. Click here to watch a very short video showing how simple it is to check your tyre tread depths

The Road Safety Week campaign for 2014 focused on calling all road users to look out for each other, to help stop the five deaths and 61 serious injuries that happen every day on UK roads.

Driving on dangerous tyres can be lethal
September 29, 2014

Illegal, defective or under-inflated tyres were responsible for more than 40% of vehicle defect-related deaths in 2013, which highlights why it is so important to make sure your tyres are in good condition.

By spending just a few minutes at least once a month, you could dramatically reduce your risk of being involved in a dangerous accident, so why not start getting into the habit today.

TyreSafe, the UK’s leading tyre safety organisation, has a simple acronym to motivate drivers to check their tyres and it is ACT:

Air pressures – should be checked when the tyres are cold, i.e. travelled less than two miles, against the vehicle manufacturers recommended settings to enhance performance and avoid reduced handling and grip or even a rapid deflation.

Condition – should be carefully inspected, looking out for any cuts, lumps or bulges in the tyre which can lead to slow punctures and blowouts at high speeds.

Tread – should also be inspected for any signs of uneven wear with any embedded objects removed. Tread depth is the final area of the tyre to be checked with owners advised to ensure their tyres comply with the UK’s minimum tread depth requirements of 1.6mm across the central three-quarters of the breadth of the tread. If you are not sure how to check your tyre tread depth, click here and watch Vicki Butler Henderson demonstrate how easy it is in our short video.

So remember to spare some time to check the condition of your tyres – it only takes a few minutes and could end up saving your life.