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“I have just used etyres for the first time and am very impressed. Cheap tyres and great service.”
B Tucker, Pirelli tyres on a Ford Focus, Stoke-on-Trent – 28 August 2012
“I needed to get a puncture repaired in Stoke-on-Trent and found etyres. Very convenient and friendly fitter too.”
N Walsh, Puncture repair on a Volvo, Stoke on Trent – 22 August 2012
“I have always struggled to find someone who fits tyron bands in Stoke on Trent. Now I know etyres do I will recommend them to fellow caravan owners.”
K Summers, Economy tyres on a caravan, Stoke-on-Trent - 22 August 2012
|Tell us about your etyres experience|
etyres is a nationwide mobile tyre company offering a convenient service fitting tyres in Stoke-on-Trent and the surrounding areas. We fit your tyres for cars, vans, motorhomes, caravans and trailers at a time and location to suit you, whether that is your home or work. And our competitive prices are much lower than the leading high street tyre depots for all our products including run-flats, 4×4’s and all the premium brands, such as Bridgestone, Pirelli and Michelin.
Stoke-on-Trent is the home of English pottery, with companies such as Royal Doulton and Wedgwood establishing themselves here. In fact, its name is so synonymous with the industry that Stoke-on-Trent is often referred to as The Potteries. The Michelin tyre company has a complex in the city, which houses its commercial head office, training centre and a truck tyre re-treading facility.
The etyres Stoke-on-Trent branch also carries out puncture repairs and supplies and fits batteries. Our aim is to make buying your new tyres in Stoke-on-Trent as simple and economical as possible.
Christian at Stoke-on-Trent writes: You would not think that tyres and fridges have much in common, but that is about to change in the next couple of months.
From 1st November, all new tyres must be sold with a label intended to inform drivers about how safe, fuel efficient and loud they are.
This is great news for motorists because you will be able to see for yourself what the pros and cons are for every tyre by reading a simple colour-coded sticker – just like the ones attached to fridges and other white goods.
The benefit for motorists is that the label offers more information about three key criteria when it comes to choosing a tyre
1. How good the tyre is at stopping in the wet
2. How fuel efficient it is
3. How much noise it makes
Tyres graded ‘A’ in each criteria could greatly improve road safety and efficiency, out competing the lowest ranked grade ‘G’ tyre by 30 per cent for road safety and potentially saving nearly £100 on yearly fuel bills.