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“Very good service and great prices to boot.”
Jamie – Steyning 04/09
“Most efficient and polite service.” Mrs T.T. – Lancing 04/09
“On time, great service and polite – thank you so much.” Miss P. K – Worthing 04/09
“Great service” Mrs Dorran – Shoreham 05/09
“Good service. Thanks” Mr Ansell - Lancing 05/09
“Very friendly & efficient” Mr Hatcher – Lancing 05/09
“Thank you – prompt + efficient” Mr T Drewett – Henfield 05/09
“On time – Good service.”Mrs S Warley – Shoreham 06/09
“Excellent in EVERY respect. Thanks” Mr N Digings – Storrington 06/09
“GREAT JOB !!” Brian Jones- Portslade 07/09
“Brillaint Service. Thanks” Mr A Whitcher- Bracklesham Bay 07/09
“Brilliant as always” Mr Michael Palmer- West Wittering 07/09
“Excellent Service !” Ms D Thorogood – Littlehampton 07/09
“Excellent as always” Mr P. Morgan – Westerham 07/09
“Quick & Efficient” Mrs M Spender – Shoreham 07/09
“1st CLASS” Mr A Perry – Aldwick,Bognor
V.Good !! - Mr M Gammon – Arundel 09/09
Great Service. Really good communication. I knew exactly when you were going to arrive. Many thanks. Mr Draper – Storrington 10/09
Very good. Thanks. Mr Charnock – Brighton 10/09
Thanks for a superb,efficient, friendly service. Well impressed!!!! I shan’t hesitate to recommend you to others.Thanks Andy – Pulborough 09/09
Thanks for sorting the tyres so quickly, they are great !!!!!!
Will recommend you to everyone as always. Best wishes
Alan – Patching,Worthing 10/09
Excellent job. Very pleased with service. Ian Cluett:I.C.C Marketing – Selsey 10/09
Just had tyres fitted, great service and your guy is a credit to your company. Peter Burkitt – Steyning 10/09
Great service. One phone call – so easy. Matt – Worthing 11/09
Fantastic. What a service! Friendly and helpful and on my doorstep. Mary Bates – Worthing 12/09
I can’t think why I went anywhere else before. Cheapest prices and good service! John – Pulborough 01/10
Excellent as always. Thank you. Mr M. Palmer – West Wittering 03/10
Excellent ! Miss C.F. Lavigne – Ferring 04/10
Brilliant way to get tyres fitted. What good service. Thank you Michael Paul – West Wittering 04/10
Life saver when you can’t move your car for stabbed tyres. Quick response and friendly guys. Sophie – Worthing 05/10
Just had my van tyres replaced by the chap that covers Worthing area. Brilliant service, good price,and very pleasent guy.PeterGarlick-Worthing 05/10
Great service and really happy with tyres. Very efficient, friendly and most of all cheap and all done within an hour. Mr Kellow – Shoreham 05/10
Very good service *** Mrs Grace Ralph – Worthing 07/10
Thanks. Brill service. Mr Les Scrannage – Ashington 07/10
Marvelous service. Mr Plillip Murray – Worthing 07/10
Excellent job. Well impressed. Mrs C D Lawrence – Pagham 08/10
Excellent Service. Mr Stanton – Henfield 08/10
What very good service! Would you be kind enough to pass on my thanks to all involved including the Fitter that came out to us. I will be using your company again and wil recommend if able to our locals in the village. First Class without doubt. Brian Charman – West Chiltington 08/10
|Tell us about your etyres experience|
Etyres was the UK’s very first on-line tyre retailer and began selling tyres in Worthing and West Sussex in 2000. Since then thousands of satisfied customers have returned time after time to place repeat orders knowing that our tyres pricing is up to 40% cheaper than high street tyre depots.
The local area covered by our mobile fitting service stretches from Horsham in the north to Chichester in the west and Brighton in the east. Etyres fits tyres in Worthing and surrounding area for businesses and private customers at their home or business addresses which customers find very convenient. There is no call out charge and by avoiding the high overheads of a traditional tyre depot, prices are kept to a minimum.
Anyone looking for tyres in West Sussex or the surrounding area is welcome to order on-line or through the national call centre on 0800 028 9000.
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The high levels of risk associated with buying part worn tyres has been revealed after its trading standards officers examined a selection of part worn tyres being sold and found that nine out of ten failed to meet the minimum legal standards.
Among the failures were tyres which had nails embedded, illegal tread depth, exposed cords, inadequate markings and one tyre which was 17 years old. The investigation comes just weeks after TyreSafe found that more than one in ten drivers is more likely to buy part worn tyres compared with 12 months ago.
“The results from the investigation are extremely worrying and confirm our worst fears about part worn tyres,” explains Stuart Jackson, chairman, TyreSafe. “Although guidelines do exist about the condition of tyres being sold as part worns, they are clearly not being adhered to by all traders. The types of faults found are extremely dangerous and if fitted to a vehicle, could have caused serious accident and injury. This serves as a warning to drivers and we would re-iterate our position that we would always recommend fitting brand new tyres.”
This year the team bought and tested more than 190 part worn tyres with 25 percent found to have some form of structural defect. In this year’s survey 30 percent of tyres had structural failings including illegal tread depth and a nail embedded in the casing while 90 percent did not have the correct markings required by law, which identify them as a part worn tyre.
Pressure of Tyres saves fuel
More than a third of drivers in the UK are needlessly increasing their fuel bills and taking extra safety risks by failing to keep their tyres properly inflated. The advice has been issued by TyreSafe, the UK’s leading tyre safety organisation, in the month that average petrol prices reached a new all time high of 119.9p a litre. TyreSafe estimates that £0.7 billion of fuel is being wasted each year as a result of under-inflation. By keeping tyres inflated to their correct pressure, motorists benefit from lower fuel bills, longer tyre life, increased safety and reduced CO2 emissions.
In an extensive survey carried out by one TyreSafe member last year, more than 4,500 cars had their tyre pressures checked during a three-month period. An alarming 36 percent were found to be driving with tyres considered to be dangerous as they were under-inflated by more than 8psi.
When tyres run under-inflated their rolling resistance, or the force needed to make them turn, increases. This means that the engine has to work harder and more fuel is used, making the car less economical. Calculations from another TyreSafe member show that when tyres are under-inflated by just 20 percent or around 6psi, 3 percent more fuel is used.
In addition to the extra running costs caused by under-inflation, vehicle safety is also significantly compromised. Tyres run in this state are much more likely to suffer from a blowout, typically on motorways at high speeds, as excessive heat builds up within the tyre. Handling and grip are also affected, potentially causing irregular or unpredictable vehicle behaviour.
How to check your tyre pressures correctly:
1. Check your tyre pressures at least once a month.
2. Tyre pressures should be checked against the vehicle manufacturer’s recommended level which can be found in the vehicle handbook and on a plate which is often located inside the fuel filler cap or on the driver’s door sill.
3. Check the pressure when tyres are cold (i.e. when you have travelled less than two miles).
4. If you are carrying a full load of passengers or luggage or will be towing a trailer or caravan, pressures should be increased in line with the vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations.
5. Ensure a reliable and accurate gauge is used.
6. Check the pressure in all four tyres not forgetting the spare as well.
7. When checking pressures, give the rest of the tyre a visual inspection. Remove any stone or other objects embedded in the tread. Look out for any bulges, lumps or cuts.
8. If you are unsure on any aspect of tyre pressure or tyre condition take your vehicle to an approved fitting centre and speak to a qualified specialist.