Caravan Tyre Pressures-Why making sure caravan tyres are inflated is very important

caravan tyre pressures

Why making sure caravan tyres are inflated is important –

It advises vehicle owners to check the Caravan Tyre Pressures with an accurate pressure gauge before every journey and if possible with cold tyres.

 

eric roberts‘s insight:

This rig is a good example for caravan owners to check their Caravan Tyre Pressures at regular times.

You should increase and decrease your caravan tyre pressures before and after a trip. It is very important to do this before say your holidays when the caravan may be fully loaded, and then lower the caravan tyre pressures when you return and unload the weight.

I have seen many caravan rigs travelling down the motorway swaying from side to side, because the wheels are under inflated, and this often causes accidents, so please check and correct your caravan tyre pressures and fit a TPMS (tyre pressure monitoring system) if possible and be safer on the roads. A brilliant web site to visit for advice is...www.tyresafe.org

Continental tyres are releasing a Tyre Pressure Check system which will help to sustain the length of  a tyre’s life-cycle. At the moment it is being tested at the port logistics and other goods handling locations, but is expected to be used in applications such as caravans where slow and continuous loss of pressures are one of the most common causes of tyre punctures.

“Regular maintenance checks on the caravan tyre pressures are time-consuming and cost-intensive, and therefore often neglected – with

caravan tyre pressures

Scenes like this are all too familiar and many are caused by tyres problems

serious consequences,” said Dr Michael Maertens, managing director.

The new TPMS system can be fitted on almost all types of  vehicles that are fitted with pneumatic tyres from all of the manufacturers. In contrast to comparable systems, Conti-Pressure-Check system is located inside the tyre, where the  pressure and  temperature are monitored all the time by a sensor.

All the data that is received via the sensor is sent by blue -tooth to a mounted central receiver, this receiver will processes the information and then sends it  directly to the display in the driver’s cab, this would be perfect for a towing vehicle, such as a caravan or a trailer. to the The difference that may fluctuate between the actual caravan tyre pressures will show the driver immediately when to inflate the tyres correct pressure. This type of  monitoring means the risks of blowout accidents are reduced  and the site of a crashed caravan torn to pieces, will be less frequent.

A Continental CST spokesman says that making sure of the  right caravan tyre pressures not only extends the tyre’s life and makes it safer, it also ensures that the vehicle has  lower energy consumption ,but this will mean a better thing for the environment, since CO2 emissions will be cut.

Eric Roberts...www.pellonautocentre.com

 

Pellon Tyre and Auto-centre offer car and van servicing and repairs to all makes of vehicles. We are members of Unipart Car Care centres and give a nationwide guarantee for all our work and parts. We also sell caravan and motorhome tyres online from our website www.pellonautocentre.com by using the tyre selector and choosing your tyre size. We offer courtesy cars to local motorists who need to go to work and leave their car with us for work doing. We are also an official MOT testing station and are members of Motor-codes, who carry out checks for high standard of equipment and workmanship.

 

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Hankook Racing Tyres-to supply DTM(Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters ) tyres until 2016 – TouringCarTimes

Hankook Racing Tyres

Hankook Racing Tyres to be used in 24H racing events across the worlds most famous circuits.

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Hankook Racing Tyres to supply DTM tyres until 2016

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The DTM has announced that Hankook will supply its tyres until the end of the 2016 season.

 

eric roberts‘s insight:

Hankook tyres in Halifax

The DTM racing series are to use Hankook tyres in the 2016 racing series.We at Pellon tyres in Halifax are proud to announce that we are stockists of Hankook tyres. This racing series will give the South Korean tyre maker more technical knowledge to improve the product.

Read More…

“Since 2011, the DTM cars have been racing on Hankook’s ’Ventus Race’ Hankook Racing Tyres. Furthermore, the forthcoming season will bring an innovation as it will be the first time since the series’ revival in 2000 that two tyre compounds will be used in the races. In addition to the standard tyre in the dimensions 300/680 R 18 for the front axle and 320/710 R 18 for the rear wheels, the new ’Hankook Racing Tyres Ventus Race Plus’ slick in the same dimensions – that can be identified easily due to an individual sidewall design – allows for clearly faster lap times for a defined period of time”…http://www.dtm.com/en/News/DTM-and-Hankook-extend-partnership-up-to-the-end-of-2016.html

See on www.touringcartimes.com

As an update Hankook has contracted to supply the 24 H series motorsport events with its racing tyre products. There will be 12 events world wide which started at Zandvoort in May of this year. Gerrie Willems a 24 H race promoter said…

“With Hankook, we are delighted to have found a great new high-performance partner. To supply Hankook Racing Tyres for the very different cars in our races , from demanding GT 3 sports car to compact vehicles in the touring car categories, is a logistical challenge, but Hankook is well prepared for this. Over the past years, Hankook has become well established in the top international motor racing scene and has earned itself an excellent reputation and gained a wealth of experience. We are looking forward to a great cooperation and a successful partnership with Hankook Racing Tyres over the coming years!”

This is a great plus for the Korean tyre giants in their quest to get greater recognition of their products.

explains Manfred Sandbichler, Director Motorsports at Hankook Tire Europe.

“With our extensive Hankook Racing Tyres range, which has proven itself successfully many times in long distance classics like at the Nürburgring or Le Mans, we are able to excellently satisfy the requirements of the very broad starter field and provide the best tyres for all types of race tracks, weather conditions and in all sizes. And, of course, our experienced race engineers will be on hand at the track to provide teams with technical support for all tyre and set-up queries.”

These great events will help bring the name of Hankook Racing Tyres into the homes of millions of racing enthusiasts across the world increasing the awareness of the brand and showing the general public the attributes of their tyre products that fit the regular cars that drive on our roads, this is something that our great tyre companies have achieved over many years now. Michelin and Goodyear have been champions when it comes to the motorsport scene over many years, closely followed by Pirelli with their achievements in recent years with F1 racing and also Bridgestone. They have now to compete with the new boy on the block Hankook?

Post compiled by Eric Roberts

Neglect car servicing-at your own peril – Daily Nation-Pellonautocentre

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Daily Nation Neglect car servicing at your own peril Daily Nation If you simply asked a garage for a major car servicing, and handed the car over with a flat spare, one rear wheel five psi below pressure, feathering wear on one front tyre tread, a screw…

 

eric roberts‘s insight:

 Neglect car servicing advice from Africa

I know that I keep going on about how important car servicing is but its good when I see other countries preaching the same thing, this article comes from Africa and gives the

Neglect car servicing

car servicing is very important

motorist some good points that affect all car drivers, it is important to have your car serviced, there may be some serious underlying problem that you do not know about and a service should pick this up. The main neglect that we come across is Car Brakes problems, for example leaking brake cylinders that are undetected could lead to a sudden brake loss, and heaven knows what that could cause, so please have your car servicing done at regular intervals. Please do not Neglect car servicing?

If you would like some advice  about your cars servicing intervals then here you are . From my advice i would like to stress that the newer your car is then the fewer services the car will need. most of today’s modern cars that our customers drive are supposed to be serviced every 12000 Miles Per Year, or at least once a year. Some of the older models require more Servicing a Car, but we tend to check out the service booklets and service the cars accordingly. After three years, your car should have averaged say 12000 miles every year, but many drivers do not do that amount of miles, so in that case i would advise you once again to stick to the mileage regime and not the time scale. In my opinion it is best practice to stick to the cars service manual. If you do Neglect car servicing and exceed the miles, say if you use your car for work purposes then you should have the 12000 mile service once a year, or at least make sure that the car has a major service. But most importantly please make sure that the car has the oil and filter changed, as oil contamination can always run into other more major problems. Also check the time or mileage that your timing belt needs changing, this can be the major problem if you Neglect car servicing , if your car requires it, most do and have a brake check. if you have a 12000 mile yearly service, then all this will be taken care of.

Neglect car servicing

Timing belt change intervals can be checked out, Neglect car servicing could result in your engine blowing up.



Eric Roberts… www.batteriesontheweb.co.uk

Pellon Tyre and Auto-centre offer car and van servicing and repairs to all makes of vehicles. We are members of Unipart Car Care centres and give a nationwide guarantee for all our work and parts. We also sell Cheap tyres online from our website www.pellonautocentre.com by using the tyre selector and choosing your tyre size. We offer courtesy cars to local motorists who need to go to work and leave their car with us for work doing. We are also an official MOT testing station and are members of Motor-codes, who carry out checks for high standard of equipment and workmanship.

 

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Ford Escort RS1600-My First Dream Car

Post Updated 10th Jan 2014

The Ford Escort RS1600 would be the one for me,(but it never happened) ?

The first time that I came across this car, was when I worked for one of the Goodyear tyres outlets Tyreservices GB. The company no longer exists, but in the sixties and seventies the company was thriving as this was the time that the tyre manufactures were expanding at a rapid rate, and buying out tyre retail depots all over the UK, to secure a top place for their tyre products.

Whole companies and single tyre depots were bought out by the tyre giants, in order for them to have a full coverage of depots in Great Britain. I remember getting promoted to Branch Manager and it was then that I became interested in car rallying.Ford Escort RS1600

Tyreservices began sponsoring a female driver called Chrissie Ashford in the late 70,s…  She was from North Yorkshire not too far from my depot in Huddersfield . All the depots received a memo asking for volunteers to fit the Goodyear rally tyres for Chrissie and a few other competitors at the local rallies including stages of the Mintex rally staged in Yorkshire.

 

I thought this was a great opportunity for me to gain some knowledge and so I became involved and this is where I began to be interested in the Ford Escort RS 1600, because this was the car that I would be following around the rallies. I believe that the car was then known as the Ford Escort Mexico and in 1970 the car became available to the public as a road going version called the Ford Escort Mexico. I can remember that we still had some working “woollen mills” in the area and the Mexicos were often bought by the rich sons of the wealthy mill owners, so we changed few tyres on these cars, Goodyears of course.

These Ford Escort cars were tremendous to watch

The road version of these classic racers the Mexico were miles away from my budget, as a branch manager we were poorly paid and could not afford Ford Escort RS1600one of these cars even the second hand car cost more than I could afford and in fact kept there prices high, I remember that I had to make do with yet another Mini.

The Mexico was capable of doing 0 to 60 in about 10.5 seconds and would cost around the £1100 brand new, far out of my reach, you must not forget that in those days there were no easy payment deals like today,s car buying public. This car did not have many competitors either, it was virtually in a class of its own. Even today one of these in good condition would

Ford Escort RS1600 on goodyear tyres

Ford Escort RS 2000 Rally Spec

cost you anything up to £20,000.00, (that’s how good they were). This car was tremendous to watch on the road and in the rallies.

The tyres were mainly different sizes of wide 13 inch, the road tyres were different to the rally tyres and the battery was the first type of heavy duty with the “bolt on terminals” part number085 battery(still available today)

For far more information…

“The engine however, was the most important part of the Ford Escort RS1600 as it was the first block that Cosworth – at the time, a very small company – had produced. ‘Cosseh’ as it became known as in later years, bored the engine of the Twin Cam out to 16 valves and dubbed it the BDA (Belt Drive A-Type). Cosworth used a clogged belt drive to spin the cams in time, and combined this with twice the number of valves. The result was the 1.6 litre engine having an increased output from 109 to 120 bhp for street use, and the RS1600 cemented its place in the hearts of driving purists over the world thanks to its light body, sharp handling and decent amount of power”… http://classiccarmag.net/ford-escort-rs1600-history/ .

This was a great part of my life as I also met my wife, who also worked for Tyreservices GB at the Dewsbury Branch.

Eric Roberts

Pellon Tyre and Auto-centre offer car and van servicing and repairs to all makes of vehicles. We are members of Unipart Car Care centres and give a nationwide guarantee for all our work and parts. We also sell Discount Goodyear Tyres Online from our website www.pellonautocentre.com by using the tyre selector and choosing your tyre size. We offer courtesy cars to local motorists who need to go to work and leave their car with us for work doing. We are also an official MOT testing station and are members of Motor-codes, who carry out checks for high standard of equipment and workmanship.

Check Your Tyres – do not wait till 1.6mmis left before changing your tyres ?

Check Your Tyres

Check Your Tyres? before the police do

check your tyres

Pistonheads.com

hi ! newbie here on PH, my first post of many – so here goes – after reading the thread on ‘do you wait till 1.6mm before changing your tyres’ i decided to check my treads on my 2010 997.2 turbo cab, they are…

 

eric roberts‘s insight:

This is always good advice” check your tyres”

 

Here in the UK and most of Europe it is Bank Holiday season coming up and time to Check Your Tyres . The legal limit is 1.6 mm across 3/4 of the tread from the centre outwards, if you are above that then

Check Your Tyres

The new Michelin premier Sx showing tyre sipes

legally you are OK.

The important thing to remember is that most cars today have cars fitted with  tyres that do not have any sipes,up to 3 mm of remaining rubber on the tread area. The sipes are the very small slits that you can see all over the tyres. These sipes help get rid of the water between the tread area and the road surface are are one of the most important thing in  safety design, so Check Your Tyres . Without them you are running on “slick tyres”, the type of rubbers that you see on F1 racing cars that are “bald”. This gives the cars excellent grip in very dry weather but render them useless in wet weather, so the moral of this story is to remove your tyres at 3 mm, for safeties sake. Sipes are the tiny splits that are purposely designed in the design, to help dissipate the water, between the tyre and the road surface in wet or snowy weather. their are thousands of them in a typical tyre design, but they only go down to the 3 mm limit on most modern tyres especially on the new type of SUV and High Performance Car Tyres.

There are many differing types of sipes used in the design when making tyres. Some designed to lock with each other when the tread block moves. This locking together of the sipes enables  the tread block to remain solid  (helping to improve the road holding capabilities of the tyre) whilst still helping the tyre retain its grip in wet conditions. Other types of sipe are known as  keyhole sipes. This sipe,  is shaped so that the bottom of the sipe is wider than the top similar to a keyhole design. This comes from the fact that as the tyre wears and

Check Your Tyres

Check Your Tyres;A Dunlop tyre showing sipes coloured in yellow

the depth of the grooves and sipes are reduced, and the sipe width is increased retaining the overall volume.

Tyre safety Check Your Tyres  information can be found at…www.tyresafe.org

Post compiled by Eric Roberts..

Pellon Tyre and Auto-centre offer car and van servicing and repairs to all makes of vehicles. We are members of Unipart Car Care centres and give a nationwide guarantee for all our work and parts. We also sell SUV Tyres online from our website www.pellonautocentre.com by using the tyre selector and choosing your tyre size. We offer courtesy cars to local motorists who need to go to work and leave their car with us for work doing. We are also an official MOT testing station and are members of Motor-codes, who carry out checks for high standard of equipment and workmanship.

 

See on www.pistonheads.com

Dirty Windscreen? Change your Windscreen Wiper Blades It makes sense to See

Dirty Windscreen;To fit wiper blades yourself or in the garage?

 

Some things could only live for so long. And just like everything else, windscreen wiper blades also do wear down and completely stop performing.

Dirty Windscreen-Imagine if you would be driving during a torrential storm or through a foggy day with Windscreen wipers whose blades have already broken down

Dirty Windscreen

Dirty Windscreen (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

or you have a Dirty Windscreen or the blades are already hanging halfway across the whole wiper arm.
Some things could only be lived with for so long. And just like everything else, Windscreen wiper blades also do wear down and completely stop performing, leaving a striped Dirty Windscreen . You may not need your Windscreen wipers everyday however it is still important that you do make sure that they are in good condition so that when you need them, they would serve your purposes perfectly.

Imagine if you would be driving during a torrential rain or through a foggy day or through a snowy afternoon with Windscreen wipers whose wiper blades have already broken and split down or are already hanging halfway across the whole wiper arm, with a Dirty Windscreen. Sure enough, your chances of having an accident would be much greater than if you had good wiper blades fitted.

Dirty Windscreen

new wiper blades to clear your Dirty Windscreen

When replacing your old wipers you should  purchase a complete set of quality Windscreen wiper blades that are according to your car’s specifics we recommend Unipart wipers or Bosch wipers. If you do not know where to purchase such blades, you can try looking through the Internet for stores or look out for your local Unipart Car Care Centre(UCCC).

Most people have a hard time figuring out how to put in new Windscreen wiper blades, but they could be fitted in minutes by experts ,if you do need to fit them yourself then the whole package of Windscreen wipers come with an instruction manual in a couple of languages along with a whole set of instructions. However, car experts inform owners like you that the whole process is really an easy one as long as you are mechanically minded and are able to get familiar with the whole Windscreen wiper contraption.

fitting your own windscreen wiper blades

Pull the wiper arm and make sure that it is not resting on your car’s Windscreen anymore. Then, you can start removing the old wiper blades from the arm. Some Windscreen wipers need you to simply push on a tab and pull the blade off. However, there are some wipers that ask you to lift a tab with a small screwdriver to take the blade loose. It can be complicated and messy, but worth it to clear your Dirty Windscreen.

When you have removed the old wiper blades, you can now put in the new blade on the arm. Make sure that you put it in correctly. You would know because the blade is already secure on the arm. If not, you would notice that it is likely that it would fly off once you are cruising down the streets. If you are satisfied that the blade has been successfully replaced, you can now put the Windscreen wiper arm back to its old position.
It is far safer and easier to call in at your nearest UCCC and have the wiper fitted by experts.

Post written by Eric Roberts...www.mot-halifax.co.uk

Austin A35 Van-for MOT Test and Passed a beautifully Restored classic Van

13th April 2014

This Austin A35 Van; theoretically would not require an MOT test ?

 Austin A35 Van

Restored Austin A35 Van  for an MOT test

These old classic cars no longer require an MOT Test but the owners are still having one done to prove to the insurance companies the vehicle is road worthy and fit for purpose. That is the idea of the Test in the first place, some of the newer cars say four or five years old are in a terrible state and need much work to be carried out before they are road worthy again.

Why do classic cars need an MOT test?

This why in my opinion that the idea of the really old cars to be taken out of testing altogether is a completely bonkers idea. The vintage stuff will be kept up to scratch by their owners because of the monetary aspect, but what about the old Ford Cortinas and Vauxhall Vivas and Austin A35 Van that are still been used by enthusiasts, do they car enough ?I don’t know but I suppose the cars should have to prove road worthiness to be insured for the road, which will entail having to have an MOT test.

The Austin A35 Van had no real need to have an MOT test because now under the present European Union and British law cars and vans that were made before 1960 can be exempt from being tested. This is brought about because the EU very kindly said that we in GB could carry on having our own exemptions and this will be one of them. So any car or Austin A35 Van over the age of 30 year old will not have to have the test providing that they have not been modified in any detrimental way.

When I first heard this news I was a little shocked to say the least, after all the  test was introduced to make our roads safer, and it has done a great job in doing so. A friend of mine who is a classic car restorer and can re-build classic cars thinks that the idea is crazy.

The really old vintage cars are usually very well looked after and have no amount of care and money thrown at them. It is the modern classic car guys that worry me a little. I feel that they may be tempted to skimp a little on body work or the brake system, just to save on their cash. Most of these guys just have regular jobs and build these cars in their spare time, so  Austin A35 Vancorners may be cut.

Perhaps I am showing too much concern? And there is nothing stopping them having an Mot test if they require one anyway, I have heard that some insurance companies are still insisting that the classic cars should still go in for a test?

Anyway I hope you get some enjoyment looking at this old restored Austin A35 Van because I certainly did.

This is the information you should look …

“Following public consultation which Austin A35 Van

showed a good level of

support, Transport Minister Mike

Penning has announced that
from 18 November, all pre-1960
vehicles will be exempt from
Post written by Eric Roberts…www.mot-halifax.co.uk

Hi I would like to introduce myself. I have worked in the Garage trade and Pirelli Tyres Online and I am MD for online battery company www.batteriesontheweb.co.uk. I have worked for a couple for national tyre companies in my younger days, before starting my first business. I now own a garage and MOT testing centre, here in the UK called Pellon Tyre and Auto-centre, and I am a keen blogger about anything to do with cars and their related products that will help my business. We are members of Point-S and Motor-Codes and are also a Unipart Car Care Centre and of course Tyre-safe.

Yokohama Tyres 19545×16-One of my Favourite cars- Citroen DS3- calls in for two new Yokohama Tyres

Yokohama Tyres 19545×16 have proved to be a good seller to the younger tyre market and that’s where we missed out in the past.

We started to sell Yokohama  about ten years ago but we found it a difficult product to sell. Yokohama as now were very big sellers of wheel and tyre packages, and it was a

Yokohama Tyres 19545x16

Big on the car racing scene Yokohama Tyres 19545×16

thing that we found hard to sell here in Halifax, at the time we did not know that this particular product was one of the first things to be sold on the internet and the market for wheel units were bought by the younger drivers online from a company in Macclesfield selling cheap Yokohama Tyres 19545×16 and wheels online.

We then fell out with Yokohama tyres and concentrated on other tyre companies. This was before we joined Point-S. Point-S are an independent tyre dealer group here in the UK. And gave us the chance to buy directly from the tyre manufacturers for the first time in a few years.

This opened the door for Yokohama tyres again

Yokohama Tyres 19545x16

Citroen DS3 calls in for new Yokohama Tyres 19545×16

And we started to deal with them for a second term. This time we were aware of the internet and could price up our tyres competitively. With special price structures we were able to sell this excellent product at very competitive prices and we are now able to offer our customers a good deal for an excellent product. Yokohama Tyres 19545×16 have proved to be a good seller to the younger tyre market and that’s where we missed out in the past.

This driver of this White Citroen DS3 specifically asked for Yokohama Tyres 19545×16 for his car and were definitely the tyre choice for the younger driver. I would also like to take this chance to thank Yokohama for the very professional manner that they showed when fitting my tyre depot with brand new signage and display materials.

Eric Roberts

Hi I would like to introduce myself. I have worked in the Garage and tyre and Lucas Car Battery business now for 40 years. Consequently, I then worked for a couple of national tyre companies before starting my first business. Owning a company here in the UK called Pellon Tyre and Auto-centre, and I am a keen blogger about anything to do with cars and their related products that will help my business.

 

MOT testing Advice-Bad advice about MOT Testing from “Money Advice Websites”

Post updated  8/3/2014

MOT testing station owners must be sick of hearing this incorrect MOT testing Advice

I wonder how many garage and testing station owners have have tuned into their radios while driving about, only to hear the guy from one of those money web

MOT testing Advice

Popular MOT Test sign seen throughout the UK

sites telling the public to go to the local council MOT  station for their car testing. When I hear this it makes me sick, I often wonder why the BBC allows these people to spout out rubbish. The radio show that I hear it most on is Jeremy Vine show on radio 2 at lunchtime, and comes under “money saving tips” MOT testing Advice.

British MOT testing sign as seen outside all testing stations

The guy comes on to say that it is cheaper to take your car to the local council  testing station, because they do not repair cars and it is not in their interest to fail a car. How strange? Are they then saying that we private testing stations only fail cars for our own gains, I wonder what proof they have to substantiate this claim. When I hear this guy saying about MOT testing Advice, these things it makes me very angry, there is no form of defense he just comes out with this rubbish and no figures to back his claims, and what is worse the BBC allow him to say these things.

If the guy gets his facts right and looks at the official figures he would find out that in fact the opposite is the truth and an MOT station in private hands is indeed more likely to pass a car than fail a car and not the other way round as this guy is suggesting. This is bad MOT testing Advice and an insult to me and thousands of other testing station owners.

Mot testing figures say other wise

We are all working under the same rules as set out by VOSA, the government body that controls the MOT testing criteria and all the information is computerized and collated the ministry. If you say that by having an MOT test at a private garage “for example, my own garage” then surely you are accusing me of bending the system (or fiddling) with wrong MOT testing Advice , and unless there is proof of this then it must be some kind of slander against other garages and  centers, or at least we should have some sort of defense against the remarks made by this guy. If you own a center please look at this link and send a complaining comment, you will see that they are promoting council MOT testing stations and making unproven claims about private testing stations failing cars for gain.

more reading…

“But looking at the evidence, it simply isn’t true. In all ‘MOT compliance’ surveys carried out by VOSA, they find that more  Testers pass cars that should fail than the other

MOT testing Advice

Cars waiting for an MOT test in Halifax Yorkshire Uk

way around. For 2010/11, the last year for which accurate data has been published by VOSA, five times as many cars were found to have passed that should have failed the test than the other way around. It is a complete myth that these businesses fail cars to get more repair work”…. http://88.208.238.87/mot-general-information/mot-information-for-motorists/am-i-better-off-taking-my-car-to-a-council-run-testing-station

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Eric Roberts

Hi I would like to introduce myself. I have worked in the Garage and Cheap Michelin car Tyre and Battery business now for 40 years. I have worked for a couple for national tyre companies in my younger days, before starting my first business. I now own a company here in the UK called Pellon Tyre and Auto-centre, and I am a keen blogger about anything to do with cars and their related products that will help my business. We are members of Point-S and Motor-Codes and are also a Unipart Car Care Centre and of course Tyre-safe.

Nokian Tyres Partners-With NFL Canada to Boost Brand Awareness – Tires & Parts News

Nokian Tyres Partners

Nokian Tyres Partners

Nokian Tyres Partners

As a result, Nokian like many other tyre companies are connecting themselves to sport and sporting events. Therefore some of the larger tyre companies do massive deals with the biggest sporting companies. Yokohama and Chelsea football club are a good example?

[bctt tweet=”a deal has been struck between Nokian and the giant NFL of Canada” username=”pellonauto”]

Many drivers are now aware of the excellence of Nokian winter tyres. Therefore it is no surprise that a deal has been struck between Nokian and the giant NFL of Canada. Consequently, winter tyres are popular in Canada. As a result, we all know about the winter climate and therefore the need for winter tyres.
Nokian Tyres has signed a new partnership deal with NFL Canada as part of its drive to boost its brand awareness in Canada.

Source: Nokian Tyres Partners with NFL Canada to Boost Brand Awareness – Tires & Parts News