Best Tyres-What our Customers Ask Us When buying Tyres

What our Customers Ask Us When buying Tyres(Best Tyres)

Lady checking her tread depth (a rare site)

The majority of my customers really are very caring people and really do make a huge effort to keep their car and the tyres in tip top order. We are also proud of our female Customer Experience as they are the ones, that will call in to see periodically to ask us to check their tyres for both wear and their pressures.

In many cases the women of the family is also the keeper of the purse strings and she always asks

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Show the customer what they will be buying

“which is the Best Tyres prices for her car”. It is also an observation that the lady

drivers do not always want the cheap tyres, but very often will opt for a mid-range brands, in our case we offer then Avon or Yokohama tyres as these are the ones that we major in at the moment.

The drivers who want the major brand Best Tyres, are the older well off male customers. This customer also usually owns a Mercedes or a better quality upmarket Honda or Audi. These are the guys that are the better off financially and do not worry about the cost, but just go for the Best Tyres that they care to choose. In most cases they will ask for a certain Michelin  or a Pirelli that matches the ones on the car, on the imported cars such as the Honda’s and Mazda’s the cars usually come out on the Bridgestone brand of tyres.

We always make sure that we give the customer the best price for all our products, as the last thing that we want is the person going home and checking the  Best Tyres price on some internet web site, only to find out that he was overcharged never to return to us again. In fact we would prefer the opposite to be the truth, so that they are confident in our pricing structure and are satisfied that they have had a good deal. This type of customer is the one that will just order a tyre without asking for a price but he will have an idea in his head as to what the price should be.

There has been many an occasion say just after a price rise, that a customer has queried a price since they last bought a new one, but a price rise is a good enough excuse. We also get the person who tries it on with a price match. They ask for a price for a certain size and then tell us that they can buy it for such and such on a certain web-site and can we match the price?

Some people will try it on when buying their tyres

 We are ahead of them now and always check the web site that they say they were quoted from. In some cases the customer has looked at a lower speed rating or even the wrong size

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Fullway budget brand

completely, but these are just genuine mistakes and when we point this out they are usually happy to admit that they have made a mistake and buy the Best Tyres from us. The ones who are trying it on usually end up leaving with egg on their face, knowing that their little scam back fired on them, in any case we do not want these type of customers in the first place.

This also happens on the phone, a customer will tell us that they can buy a set of tyres for so and so at some other company or online. Our response to that is to check out the place to see if this is true and the crux of the matter is that they are always telling fibs to try and drive down the price of their Best Tyres. We are all wise to these little tricks and as I said before there is no magic place where these people can buy them at very cheap prices. There are variations and sometimes we may have to lower our margins to compete, but we are ahead of the game now and check everything that these people claim to be able to buy tyres at.

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Lady driver always know what to budget for when buying new tyres

Eric Roberts

Hi I would like to introduce myself. I have worked in the Garage and 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 MotorCodes and are also a Unipart Car Care Centre.

Point-s-Where Will the UK Tyre Market be Going Next as the giants battle it out?

Where Will the UK Tyre Market be Going Next?What part will Point-S play?

This has always been a subject close to my own heart, I have worked in the tyre trade now for a good 40 years and like many more like me, we started our own tyre businesses in the seventies and eighties.

I am now a member of the independent tyre group Point-S, and I have recently attended the annual Point-S conference, in Stratford-On-Avon, and very nice it was too. The thing that

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A well stocked depot

struck me was the number of members that were in the same age bracket as me.

Most of us used to work for the national companies that were then owned by the leading tyre manufacturers and then decided that we could make a go out of running our own businesses and so the story goes. Many ex managers for companies like Tyreservices a Goodyear owned subsidiary and National Tyreservices, who were then owned by Dunlop, decided that if they could run a  depot for someone else then they could do it for themselves and so looked for premises and started their own  businesses.

Here in West Yorkshire I can think of at least six people who worked for the national  retailers and then left to start their own  businesses, some also worked for the tyre manufactures, the likes of Morris Palmer in Hull, who left Goodyear tyres to form the famous Savoy tyres, now run by his son. This was happening all over the UK and revolutionised the way that tyres were sold to the growing market and expansion of the car market, most households had a car by then and business was good and profitable. I started a business that we called Kut-Kost tyres and we grew into three depots and made a good living.

The advance of the tyre wholesaler.

Life went on for a few years and as we were selling more tyres then the manufactures were offering better deals and many of us were tempted to buy in quantity. We were at this stage having to compete with the emerging Kwik Fit Tyre Discount stores and the ever more competitive Nationals. Pre computer local newspapers would have up six different adverts offering all sorts of deals to the motorists and this drove down the prices and then of course our margins. Buying containers was a way of increasing the bottom line.

At this stage we were all on a different level and knew who was the competition and could price our products accordingly to compete. What we didn’t see was the growing number of

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A very busy tyre bay

wholesalers that were springing up all over the country and were growing at an alarming rate. I remember my first visit to Southam tyres in the old Rolls-Royce factory in the midlands and was in awe at the amount of stock he carried. Reg Bond also started his empire at round about the same time forming Bond International from an old warehouse in Pocklington ,North Yorkshire and the rest is history.

Many  retailers started to buy the better deals shifting their purchases from the manufacturers to the  wholesalers in our relentless search to maintain our profit levels.

Many other things were happening, but looking back I think that this was a mistake and it gave too much power and the wholesalers, who later decided to form their own retail outlets in direct competition to ourselves, but we are all fighters and with some ducking and diving we always seem to come up with some alternative supplies of tyres and battle on.

I then sold Kut-Kost to an emerging national company owned by Shell Oil, called Superdrive . Superdrive was to form a direct completion to Kwik-Fit, but failed to get the project together and eventually my old depots were bought from Superdrive by Kwik-Fit. I then purchased and developed the business that I am in now, Pellon Tyres here in Halifax and 25 years on fell that we are going through the same torrid times that we had to endure in the early days.

In the past two years the tyre market has seen some huge changes. These changes have been brought on by the advent of the internet and the growing trend for the motorists to buy online. I have no problem with that and indeed I sell tyres online but not at a national level, in the Yorkshire catchment area. The internet has now made it possible to buy tyres from the rest of Europe, who are now in direct competition with the British wholesalers. In my opinion it is a good thing and drives down the price of tyres making the tyre manufacturers the companies who are once again making the good profits as they did in years gone by when they would deal with retail outlets direct.Point-s

More disruption in the tyre World ahead of us

I must admit that I was feeling vulnerable as I was stuck out on my own in little Halifax, not knowing who was going to buy out what, just like the seventies and early eighties. The next thing to come along has been the emergence of the Giant supermarkets wanting a slice of the tyre cake. I must confess that I have embraced the chance of earning extra profit by fitting for these companies, but I have a feeling that we may be “bitten in the bum” by these companies. The latest rumor that I picked up at the Point-S conference was that the Tesco/Blackcirces combination were going to turn some Tesco sites into tyre fitting operations, similar to Costco’s operations(as an update Michelin tyres have now bought Blackcircles). If this is a fact then I fear that it will start a new round of competition from the big tyre companies, all jostling to keep up their tyre numbers. I meanwhile think that I have made a good move by joining the excellent Point-S organisation and we are now once again after many years dealing with the tyre manufacturers, with all the benefits that brings with it.

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As I said earlier we tyre guys are tough and I am sure that whatever is thrown at us we will struggle until these things disruptions pass, and we see better days again.

Eric Roberts

Hi I would like to introduce myself. I have worked in the Garage and 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 MotorCodes and are also a Unipart Car Care Centre.

KIA Sedona- a bad Case of Rust -MOT Test Failure

KIA Sedona- a bad Case of Rust -MOT Test Failure

Modern cars these days rarely have major rust problems. Gong back a few years I remember some models of cars that were always rusting badly and rotting.

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Tester Ryan Linton could get his hand into the sills of this KIA Sedona

From Italy came the Fiat Strada and the Fiat X1.9 and some of the Lancias were rust buckets. France also sent us some rusty cars; I remember one of the first Renault Dauphines that dropped to bits when it had a slight bump, due to rust and later the Renault 12. France also gave us the early Citroen CV2s, pre 1970 models could be very bad, but they were improved after 1970.

Some of the British made cars were the Triumphs and the MGs any of which could develop  rust problems after a couple of years and not forgetting the Minis. Mini owners could buy a complete front end replacement that just bolted on after most of the front end had rotted and not forgetting the Mini boots of course were always swilling with water and rotting away sometimes nearly losing the battery which was kept in the boot?

German cars neither did nor fair too badly, but I can remember rust problems with the VW Beetles, some required complete floor panels and engine mountings would rust, making the engine unsafe. Also the older members of the garage trade will remember the rusty Hillmans including the Hillman Imps, there competition to the Minis.

The list goes on and on but over the years the car manufacturers have developed modern methods of rust proofing their car products, so it was a surprise to me to about the problems that Kia were having with some of their models, including the Sedona. When a Kia  Sedona was presented to my garage for an MOT test the other day, we did not expect it to fail on rotten sills and badly corroded brake pipes. I decided to do a little research and found that the Kia’s rust problem was quit common, this surprised me because apparently some cars are fine and don’t rust but some do, this reminded me of the don’t buy a car that was made on Friday because car workers would take short cuts to get home on time.

Kia Sedona Failed the MOT test

However this particular Kia  Sedona failed the test on the holes in the sills and badly Corroded Brake Pipes, the engine was also smoky but we could cure that with diesel cleaner. The car was repaired by Ryan and was re-tested and passed.

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Badly corroded brake pipes totally collapsed when they were removed. KIA Sedona

 Eric Roberts

Hi I would like to introduce myself. I have worked in the Garage and 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 MotorCodes and are also a Unipart Car Care Centre.KIA Sedona,mot test

MOT Test Should be The Right Time to Service Your Car | Nationwide Insurance

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Don’t be a victim of #car service ##mot test#myths! Take control & understand exactly what your vehicle may call for: http://t.co/Ohj6bdZXuX

 

eric roberts‘s insight:

When do you have your car service? mot test

Many of the customers who come to my garage for their car serviced choose one method and that is to have their car serviced when it is presented to us for the annual MOT test.

This is the option that many motorists prefer. The reason is that the cost of having any repairs carried out, if the car fails the MOT test and a service means that their car should be road worthy for another year and all the costs come on a one time basis.

Some drivers will have their MOT test carried out and spend their money on the repair work only to find that other problems occur later on in the year. One problem that seems to manifest itself over and over again is the brakes. On an MOT test the brakes are tested on a rolling road and are gauged on their road worthiness by the efficiency reading of the brake tester. The problem is that this does not include a visual inspection of the drums and discs and a car may pass the test but only have a few months wear left on the pads and shoes.

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Many of our customers have then to pay more money out later on in the year when their brake shoes or pads wear down to the metal and often cause damage to the discs at the same time. I think that eventually we will be able to remove the wheels to give a better visual report on the condition of the whole braking system.

This is why many of our customers will opt for a service at the same time as their MOT test. It gets everything out of the way and makes for a much safer car and a better maintained car. Some drivers will rely on the service manual that came with their car for servicing  and when the car has been serviced we stamp their service manual to show that the car has had a full service history carried out for when they sell their car on.

The worse ones are the ones that do not have a service at all, that is until something goes drastically wrong. These are the ones who swear blind that they had the car serviced earlier on in the year, but when we check our computer it was indeed two years ago. You can tell the ones, their brakes start grinding and their car won’t pull properly, because the engine has no oil in it, or the filter is completely blocked with age, this is a special problem with diesel engine cars and is a different story.

In the long run people who do not service their cars have to pay out more because they usually have more damage done to the car caused by not having a service.

Eric Roberts

Hi I would like to introduce myself. I have worked in the Garage and tyre and Battery business now for 40 years. I worked for a couple of national tyre companies before starting my first business. I now own a company here in the UK calledPellon 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 MotorCodes and are also a Unipart Car Care Centre.

Yokohama Rubber to build second Chinese passenger tyres plant – RubberNews.com

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Yokohama tyres to build second Chinese passenger tire plant
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SUZHOU, China—Yokohama Rubber Co. Ltd. is building a passenger tire plant in Suzhou on land adjacent to its existing truck/bus tire plant.

 

eric roberts‘s insight:

Yokohama Rubber Expansion in China

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Yokohama race tyres ready to go back to the factory for examination.

make an excellent product and in my opinion, moving to China is all about driving down the cost. This is one of the reasons that Yokohama Rubber are able to sell their tyre products as mid-range tyres and remain competitive.

Yokohama also give much to motorsport and in my opinion will soon be classed as a leading make tyres as reward to all their efforts and an excellent product. I recently got invited to a F4 race meeting and Yokohama Tyres UK were the tyre suppliers for that race. I was invited to the tyre fitting area and was amazed at the number of tyres that were changed at one race meeting and that every single tyre had to be sent back to the Yokohama Rubber Japan factory to be taken apart and examined for any defects that may be found and also to improve the quality. Much of the information that is gained from motorsport racing will go into improving the quality of their road tyres that are on sale to the general public.

Yokohama Rubber

Orange skin oil is now part of the Yokohama tyre compound

Eric Roberts

Hi I would like to introduce myself. I have worked in the Garage and tyre and Battery business now for 40 years. I worked for a couple of national tyre companies 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 MotorCodes and are also a Unipart Car Care Centre.

See on www.rubbernews.com

Best car servicing How to choose the workshop for your car? – MotorExpert

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Facilities like this should insure Best car servicing

Read our article on the list of factors that one must keep in mind to choose the best car servicing, workshop | Chennai (Wondering how to choose the best #workshop to get your #car serviced?

 

eric roberts‘s insight:

In my opinion finding the best car servicing  garage is a no brainer.

One of the best places to have the Best car servicing done  is the one where a friend or relation gives you a recommendation, from previous experience. Failing that you should be

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Look out for the Unipart sign foe good service and quality parts for your Best car servicing

looking out for the presentation of a garage that will give you the Best car servicing in your area. Does the garage look good? Most proud garage owners rally look after their premises, this is not always true but in general it will work out that way. Some back street garages don’t look too good but the work they turn out can be very good.

Another good way is to see if the garage is in some sort of trade association. Here in the UK we have a main organisation that is called Motorcodes. If the garage is a member of Motorcodes, then you will be able to guarantee that the garage has been vetted by no other than the RAC, and operates a fair price policy and an arbitration service in case you do have a problem that cannot be solved and develops into a dispute.

Also look out for other things such as do the garage have a waiting area or a reception, where you can wait for your car in comfort, whilst the work or MOT test is been carried out on your car, all these points will usually lead you to a Best car servicing centre,that you can trust and remain loyal to for years to come. But in my opinion one of the bast way to be sure of good Servicing a Car is by word of mouth recommendation, it is still the best way to determine how good the garage is.

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Point-S car servicing centre in Halifax UK probably the Best car servicing in the Halifax area.

Eric Roberts

Hi I would like to introduce myself. I have worked in the Garage and tyre and Battery business now for 40 years. I worked for a couple of national tyre companies 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 MotorCodes and are also a Unipart Car Care Centre.

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Continental Tyres UK Ltd-Spies In Your Tyres? This Gizmo Will Help Your Car Drive Itself

Continental Tyres UK Ltd

A few years back, on a weeklong bus tour of Continental Tyres UK Ltd AG’s technology and engineering centers in Germany, one item attracted more attention from journalists than nearly any of the other whiz-bang connected-car stuff: A simple tire pressure monitor.

 

eric roberts‘s insight:

Continental Tyres UK Ltd new TPMS and more idea

This article written by Bob Gritzinger is all about the new ideas and inventions that are thrown about by the Auto industry at the moment. This idea from Continental Tyres UK Ltd has now been tested on truck tyres, but at the moment I don’t know whether it has been a success or not, I suspect it will be effective because the concept of a monitor vulcanised into the tyre a relaying out information electronically about such things as tyre pressures and the inside temperature of the tyre is obviously of great benefit to the driver of the vehicle.

The device will be able to aid truckers because it will also be able to send the driver information about the load that the tyre is carrying and the traction of the tyre, with this giving the driver the knowledge that the full load and road conditions can be checked as the truck is rolling along. I don’t know what sort of signals theIce road truckers would be getting from their in built TPMS tyres?

The new Continental Tyres UK Ltd valve sends out the information out by wireless signals and is picked up in the cab by the driver on an in-car system very similar to the ones now where the TPMS Valves signals are fitted to the wheels. Continental Tyres UK Ltd says that this is all part the future that may introduce the driverless vehicle to our towns and cities. If an object penetrates a

tyre the system will pick up the loss of pressure and stop the car in some sort of safe area and the problem reported and fixed.

Eric Roberts

Hi I would like to introduce myself. I have worked in the Garage and tyre and Battery business now for 40 years. I worked for a couple of national tyre companies 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 MotorCodes and are also a Unipart Car Care Centre.

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Illegal tread tyres- in car crash that killed two young girls – Norfolk Eastern Daily Press

Illegal tread tyres

BBC News Illegal tread tyres in car crash that killed two young girls Norfolk Eastern Daily Press Norwich Crown Court heard that two tyres on the car had illegal tread and all four tyres had been wrongly pressurised which a police accident…

 

eric roberts‘s insight:

Illegal tread tyres do cause accidents  

if not checked at regular intervals.

This fatal accident is just part of the reality that sometimes strikes home when we find out the horror that can result in motorists operating on Illegal tread tyres and not checking their tyres at regular intervals. We

Illegal tread tyres

Checking your air pressure could get you out of a sticky situation

only have to be in the wrong time and the wrong place, for an accident to happen. When our cars are in good condition and serviced at regular intervals we have a better chance of getting out of a sticky situation when driving.

AT first I did not want to blog this accident because of the fatalities, but I think it important to point out that these things happen and it could be that if this car had good tyres at the correct Air Pressure, then the outcome could have been different. We in the tyre trade are always preaching to motorists about checking their tyres and tyre pressure, but accidents like this are proof that bad things can happen if you do not service your car and check the tyres at regular intervals .

I would like to pass on my condolences to these girls family.

Eric Roberts

Hi I would like to introduce myself. I have worked in the Garage and tyre and Battery business now for 40 years. I worked for a couple of national tyre companies 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 MotorCodes and are also a Unipart Car Care Centre

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Car Servicing Times-When to Get Your Car Servicing Done | Unleash the Monster

Car Servicing Times

If you purchase a used car or an older car that doesn’t have the technology to inform you when something is needed, it’s even more important to keep track of the car servicing times and  schedule.

 

eric roberts‘s insight:

CAR SERVICING Times -where are we now?

During the time that I have owned a garage Car Servicing Times, have seen many changes. The change though is not so great. We are what I would call a local garage, servicing and repairing our customer’s cars the same as we have done here in Halifax for the past 25 years.

The thing that has changed the most is the increase in competition. To overcome this we have had to keep everything up to date in things like technology, the garage appearance and probably the biggest change has come in the way that the garage has to be promoted.

Car Servicing Times, have developed and modified over the years, especially as regards lower emissions in recent years, but generally we can keep up with the technology and computers that are required to service and repair these cars. The appearance of the garage is also very important. These days 60% of our customers are probably ladies, they have taken over the role of many duties, simply because more and more ladies can now drive and have jobs. This means that the ladies usually now own their own cars and therefore they are the ones that have to deal with the garages should anything go wrong with their cars.

This brings me to the point of the necessity to have a clean smart reception area for all the customers not just the ladies. We call ours the TV lounge, where we offer free drinks (coffee and tea) along with magazines and now we have free Wi-Fi for the customers to use while surfing the net or playing games on their tablets and phones. All these things are necessary if you want to retain your hard earned customer base and although our margins are a lot lower these days, garages should make every effort to make their premises as smart as possible.

The one thing that in my opinion has changed the most over the years other than repairing and Car Servicing Times, is the way we now have to market our businesses. Years ago the bigger you were, the bigger the advert you would place in your local newspaper and the national garage chains would advertise in the national papers, there was some sort of packing order. I will always remember the first full page advert that we took out on a Friday afternoon and the following day we had cars queuing down the road, it was most embarrassing because at that time we did not have infrastructure to cope with all that work. It was a learning curb that I will never forget.

Car Servicing Times

Car Servicing Times are important and not to be missed

Also radio and TV advertising was affordable to the bigger garages and Auto-centres, but price pressure from other better off industries put the prices up and an end to that format of advertising exposure. Now the internet has taken over the battle ground, with almost every garage trying to get internet exposure and battling to get on first page of Google for as little cost as possible. This is where I am at now and as if you do not already know it is a long hard struggle. The thing to me is that it is hard to know what affect all the hard work on your garage, not like the old days with a full page newspaper advert. I suppose the fact that we are still busy is reflecting on the work that we have to put in to Google, Twitter and Facebook and car servicing and repairs will still go on regardless.

Eric Roberts

Hi I would like to introduce myself. I have worked in the Garage and tyre and Battery business now for 40 years. I worked for a couple of national tyre companies 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 MotorCodes and are also a Unipart Car Care Centre.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Bridgestone Tyres Reveal BMW i3 Electric car Tyres In New Tyre Sizes

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BMW Group announced partnership with Bridgestone tyres, in which one of the world’s largest tire manufacturer has been selected to develop a range of tyres for the BMW i3 electric car.

 

eric roberts‘s insight:

New bridgestone Tyres Sizes for BMW i3 Electric Car

Japanese and Worldwide tyre company Bridgestone tyres have teamed up with BMW, the German car maker, to create a new type of tyre which will give an excellent rolling resistance and aerodynamic performance for use on the new i3 electric cars that BMW are producing. The tyres from Bridgestone Tyres will be as the Ecopia EP500 Ologic tyre, and will be available in 4 completely new tyre sizes.

This is a completely different concept to the tyres that have been developed over the past say ten years, which were fatter (more width) and smaller in 15 inch sizes and then 16 and 17 inch sizes, up to what we have today In 18/19 and 20 inch sizes, all of coarse with corresponding  aspect ratios. The aspect ratio is the height of the tyres as a percentage of the width, if the tyre has an aspect ratio of 60, then the tyres height is 60% of the width, the smaller the aspect ratio the wider the tyre will be in relation to the height of the tyre.

The new sizes will be mind blowing to us in the tyre sector, because they go against all that we have previously seen as far as tyre technology has gone. Bridgestone Car Tyres are even claiming the new tyres are even good in the winter weather and in fact will be making some of them in the Blizzak type winter pattern.

This will be a modern version of going back in time, when older guys like myself used to fit tyres with sizes such 155×16,185×15,175×16 and many more with a narrow tread and

tall sidewall, the new Bridgestone EU tyre sizes will be 155/70×19, 175/60×19, 155/60×20 and 175/55×20. The tyre’s long contact patch (relative to its narrow width), revolutionary tread design and compound still ensure outstanding grip in both wet and dry conditions.

In my opinion this is just another excellent tyre innovation from Bridgestone Tyres and will help to keep all the tyre industry players on their toes and also creates much interest in the new revolution that we are having in the auto trade.

Eric Roberts

Hi I would like to introduce myself. I have worked in the Garage and tyre and Battery business now for 40 years. I worked for a couple of national tyre companies 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 MotorCodes and are also a Unipart Car Care Centre.

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