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“5 star service. I did not have to leave my office while my two new tyres were being fitted and I have recommended you to all my colleagues.”
J Cross, Watford – 12/8/2012
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etyres is a leading mobile tyre company and we offer a service fitting tyres in Watford and the surrounding areas. We supply and fit tyres for cars, vans, motorhomes, caravans and trailers at a location of your choice, whether that is your home or work. And our highly competitive prices are extended over our entire range including run-flats, 4×4’s and all the premium brands, such as Michelin, Bridgestone and Pirelli.
Our vans are a well-known site around the thriving commercial town of Watford, which is also home to the headquarters of many large companies including Iveco Ford, JD Wetherspoons and Total Oil. It is also one of the region’s main shopping centres.
etyres Watford also offers a puncture repair service and we supply and fit batteries. As well as covering Watford, we offer our service in all the surrounding areas iincluding Bushey, Meriden, Holywell and Micklefield Green.
Jon – tyres Watford writes: With fuel prices reaching such heights, here is a useful tip to help you save a bit of money at the pumps – make sure your tyres are properly inflated.
If your tyres have got the right amount of pressure it will make your vehicle much more fuel efficient, this is because under-inflated tyres have lower rolling resistance, which means more energy is needed to make them turn.
According to tests, tyres which are under-inflated by just 20 per cent (around 6psi), use up to 3 per cent more fuel.
It has been estimated that in the UK alone as much as £337 million of fuel is wasted every year as a result of driving on under-inflated tyres.
Another advantage to having properly inflated tyres is that they reduce the risk of experiencing dangerous blow-outs and they also extend the life of a tyre and reduce CO2 emissions – so what are you waiting for? Go and check your tyre pressure!