We were doing some research for a customer during the week about the different ways some of our customers sell tyres. How does each company calculate the selling price of a tyre? These days every penny counts to the end user and now might be a good time to reconsider how you sell your tyres? →
With more legislation looming for our industry, perhaps now is the time to evaluate what opportunities that lie ahead in the implementation of tyre labelling on 1st November 2012. Perhaps instead of looking at it as more hassle, now is time to think about this in a more positive way. Every day we all watch →
Keeping tyres inflated to the correct pressure is important for a number of reasons; Safety, Fuel economy & Tyre wear….
Tyres more than 10 years old, including spare tyres, should be replaced—even if such tyres appear serviceable and even if they have not reached the legal tread wear limit of 1.6mm. This recommendation does not in any way reduce your responsibility to change tyres that are worn or damaged.