Lighter Tyres- Yokohama Have come up with the more ECO friendly ADVAN ENV-R2 ?

Lighter Tyres

Lighter tyres,yokohama tyres

There’s probably no more important part of your car’s handling and safety than your tyres. Well maybe you the driver, and your mad skills are more influential, but your tires rank right up there. There’s not much we can do about …


Eric Roberts’ insight:

 Performance Yokohama

Lighter tyres


In the mad and never ending rush to create and manufacture a light weight tyre, the tyre manufacturers have to come up with some new components in order to make their tyre

products lighter and greener.

This also applies to the car manufacturers who are constantly on the look out to manufacture much lighter, more energy efficient vehicle.

Lighter tyres,yokohama cheap tyres

Yokohama tyres on the racing track

The new technology rush also applies to the mid-range tyre companies such as Hankook tyres, Kumho tyres and Yokohama tyres.

Yokohama tyres  Lighter tyres design

Yokohama Tyre has risen to the occasion and has brought out the second-generation ADVAN ENV-R2 as the Official Spec Tyre that will be used in the 2011 Patron GT3

Challenge by Yokohama tyres race series and the GT3 Challenge Class endurance series.

The ENV-R2 will be put through its paces and power a fleet of Porsche 911 GT 3 race cars at leading North American. tracks, such as Sebring, Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca and Road Atlanta. The new cheap tyres are much lighter and reduce the amount of fuel that the cars use by at least 20 % and increases recycling capability while still performing at the same high level of the previous tyre compounds.

This is one the many reasons that we became a Yokohama tyre dealer and we highly recommend this product as a much lighter performance tyre, that we can sell at  cheap  tyres rate. Since writing this blog. Then Yokohama decided to take another junction when it came to advertising and supporting small businesses.

Eric Roberts

Lighter tyres,yokohama tyres


Mixing Tyre Technologies-Does your car have the wrong tyres?, Hub – THE BUSINESS TIMES

Mixing Tyre Technologies

Mixing Tyre Technologies

Mixing Tyre Technologies

The question posed by this article in “The Business Times” is about the mix of tyre manufacturers technologies. Hence when it comes to mixing different tyre brands to the larger and now popular SUV vehicles. In my opinion it is yet another grey area in the crazy world of tyres. “Should we do this” and “can we do that” is a question that I hear every week.

So, the advent of the SUV has certainly opened up a new can of worms. Over the last decade tyre manufacturers have introduced a string of new tyre products. Consequently, pressure was brought on the tyre makers from governments wanting the car manufacturers to make greener and leaner cars. As a result, then tyres had to become lighter in weight and larger in circumference to give less “rolling resistance“.

Coincidentally, the SUV’s came out about the same time. The SUV’s had much larger tyres and it looks to me that new technology tyres were to be developed with these vehicles in mind.

Tyre makers were looking for all types of new materials to add to the rubber latex. Thus, trying to lighten the tyre weight. Continental tyres came up with the milk like substance extracted from “dandelions“. It was found that the milky substance found in the dandelion was of the same molecular make up as the latex . Now Continental are growing vast areas of these plants near their German tyre factories.

Mixing Tyre Technologies

Other finds include the Yokohama tyres use of orange peel oil. However I dont really want to get too technical. The issue is should we mix these different tech tyres on the same vehicle. Especially if the tyres were developed along side the car manufacturers. Of course the SUV’s are now big and powerful, made by all the worlds leading luxury car makers.

Have we now got to the stage when it is important that we stick to the same tyres as the original equipment ones. As a tyre dealer for over forty years, then I am beginning to think so. The attached article explains about the specific tyres that are made for certain SUV’s. Thus, tyres like the Bridgestone Alenza and Italian brand Pirelli’s Scorpion series.

This class of vehicle are also fitted with specific tyres such as the Yokohama Blu-earth RV-02. So, even Nokian are making a winter tyre for the SUV the Nokian WR SUV 3 tyres. Should the specific tyre types be compromised. Personally I do not think so?

When I am on the front line dealing with customers, then I always tell them to the best of my ability. In this case then I would recommend that the car should be on the same tyres that were fitted as original equipment. If they choose not to then it is their responsibility going forward. I suppose looking at it then this is a problem with buying your SUV tyres online.

Mixing Tyre Technologies

The registration number lookup only tells the buyer the size of the tyre and not what the SUV should have on. Subsequently, the best way is for the car owner to take the information from the tyre sidewall and order exactly the same tyres. Definitely a very grey area?

Eric Roberts

THE BUSINESS TIMES – WHEN was the last time you wore your Manolos to go jogging? Chances are, never (unless the loss of some bet was involved). By the same token, it’s just as easy to have the wrong tyres fitted to your car.. Read more at The Business Times.

Source: Does your car have the wrong tyres?, Hub – THE BUSINESS TIMES

Yokohama tyres and Kumho tyres to join forces in Research a development and perhaps More?

yokohama tyres

Yokohama tyres , Kumho follow MoU up with R&D master agreement

The Board of Directors at Yokohama Rubber and Kumho Tire have resolved to enter into master technological alliance agreement.


eric roberts‘s insight:

Yokohama tyres-Kumho tyres-

This one took me by surprise?

I must admit this one came as a shock to me at first. I have spent much time with the staff at both companies but nothing was said, byEither Yokohama tyres or Kumho tyres. So I guess that this was just one of those high level agreements that were kept hush- hush.

In my own business here in Halifax we have had close ties with both of these tyre companies, and in fact we sell both Yokohama tyres and Kumho tyres side by side, in recent years. I regard both companies as tyre innovators and thinking about it I can see where they are coming from, as the saying goes, “two brains are better than one”. The companies have apparently being discussing the exchange of technologies, with the future possibility of future shared ownership.

This move would take the joint company up the tyre manufacturers ranking table. At the moment the two company’s rank 8th  with over $5.5 billion sales is Yokohama tyres and  is Kumho with sales of over $3.5 Billion ranking 12th in the league table, so a joint venture would put the new company in the top 6 placing’s and will become  a force to reckon


A Yokohama tyres spokesman said… By exchanging technology, the companies “aim to increase their competitiveness and enhance their growth potential … by sharing R&D resources and making more effective use of them through joint research and development on tires and related technologies,”

The deal is said to be in advance stages and both companies are looking to find a method of obtaining each other’s shares, a definite sign that talks are well on their way and the tyre companies are expected to sign legal binding contracts sooner than later.

I do not know how this will filter down to the grass roots fitting centres but in my opinion the other tyre manufacturers will be looking over their shoulders at the potential that Yokohama tyresthese two great companies will no doubt research and develop in new tyre products and move to a mid-range tyre to a leading brand, with more and more OE fitments on the way.

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 Motor-Codes and are also a Unipart Car Care Centre and of course Tyre-safe.

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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

Best Tyres

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

Best Tyres

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.

Best Tyres

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


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


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.

Yokohama Rubber-Keeping up with Trends to build second Chinese passenger tyres plant –
Yokohama tyres to build second Chinese passenger tire plant
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

Yokohama Rubber

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

The Japanese tyre company .Hence,make an excellent product in my opinion. moving to China. Therefore is all about driving down the cost of tyres. Of course, this is one of the reasons. That Yokohama Rubber are able to sell their tyre products. Thus, as mid-range tyres and remain competitive.

Yokohama also give much to motorsport. In my opinion will soon be classed as a leading tyre brand. Consequently, 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 Yokohama Rubber

Hi I would like to introduce myself. Having worked in the Garage and tyre and Battery business now for 40 years. Working for a couple of national tyre companies. Of course, before starting my first business. Owning a company here in the UK called Pellon Tyre and Auto-centre. Blogging about anything to do with cars and their related products.Naturally, that will help my business. Members of Point-S and MotorCodes and are also a Unipart Car Care Centre.

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Nokian Winter Tyre benefits

Bridgestone Blizzard Winters-New Winter Tyres from Japans Bridgestone Tyre Company.

Bridgestone Blizzard Winters

Bridgestone Blizzard Winters

Bridgestone tyres bring out Bridgestone Blizzard Winters



eric roberts‘s insight:

Contrary to this article we find that UK customers DO buy winter tyres

Bridgestone tyres have indeed brought out  new Bridgestone Blizzard Winters. In my opinion this is a step that the other leading tyre makers are making, a more varied amount of winter products.

One of our biggest sellers here in Halifax was Yokohama “W” winter tyres they were very popular sellers.

Another reason that I do not agree with this article is because we are now much more conscious about changing our summers  with winters  because of the colder winters that we are now experiencing.

We have now been operating a “winter tyre hotel” for the past three years,not only does it work for us but it keeps in touch with our customers at least twice a year when they come in for theirs changing.

Bridgestone Tyres introduce a new SUV Winter Tyre

Blizzak SUV winter tyre LM-80

Bridgestone have upgraded their SUV winter tyres range to include the Blizzak LM-80 EVO. Although these tyres have been out a couple of years now, they have proved to be a leader in the SUV winter tyre market.

The old words when describing Bridgestone Blizzard Winters certainly flow when introducing this wonderful tyre product. In line with most other tyre manufacturers, Bridgestone Blizzard Winters have designed

Bridgestone Blizzard Winters

Bridgestone Blizzard Winters an excellent product

these with many sipe patterns to help get rid of the slush and wet that we associate with bad winter driving conditions. They have also added silica to the tyre compound to enable them  to remain flexible when driving in freezing temperatures.

The design is topped up with by adding  a centre rib and extra shoulder  blocks to the  tread area, for extra strength when cornering, giving these larger vehicles better handling and wet braking when driving in winter conditions. Here is some advice about driving in  winter conditions.

Eric Roberts…

Which Tyre Choice-New tyres, Remould tyres or Part Worn tyres?

Which Tyre Choice

New tyres, Remould tyres or Part Worn tyres? Which Tyre Choice

To start off this article, Which Tyre Choice? I am going to say that in my opinion. So, you are better to use remoulded tyres (re-tread tyres have a new tread bonded to the old carcass remould tyres area full bead to bead re-mould ). Hence, than to buy un-regulated part worn tyres. If the part worns are sold under the 1994 laws that govern part worn tyres then that is fine. The 1994 legislation comes under the following law… The legislation

The Motor Vehicle Tyres (Safety) Regulations 1994. Set out minimum safety standards for the supply of part-worn tyres. To comply, it is important that you and your staff are fully aware of these Regulations.

“Under the Regulations. it is illegal to supply any part-worn tyre that is capable of being fitted to a motor vehicle or trailer unless the conditions detailed below are met”..

Which Tyre Choice–The full law can be seen on the following link…

This only applies to the UK of course; the States will have their own legislation. Remould tyres are a good substitute for the older and vehicles that go off road. Remould tyres were at one time very popular. Older cars and vans and the increase in cheap imported new tyres from China.So, put an end to many remoulding companies here in the UK.

Which Tyre Choice

Tyre remoulding plants like this are very clean and modern and produce a safe product, would this be your Which Tyre Choice

Another good point about remoulds. Consequently, is that most tyres fitted to aircraft (large or small) are fitted with remould tyres. Of course, and the same applies to trucks. Many of the trucks that you see hurtling down the highway. Will be fitted with remould or re-tread tyres. You may have noticed the strips of tread. That are discarded at the side of our motorways, these are the tread that has stripped off the tyre carcass usually due to the tyre having a puncture or it has been run under inflated which has caused it to overheat and therefore come apart.

Which Tyre Choice-New tyres are what they are

brand new tyres and therefore will be extremely safe to use .the failure rate of new tyres is very low, in fact I have not seen a genuine faulty tyre for a few years now. Remould tyres are also very well made by the few companies that remain making them, the failure rate for car and van tyres is a bit higher than new tyres, bur still not worth bothering about. As I said earlier the problem I have is the sale of un-regulated part worn tyres, otherwise you will be safe on new or remould tyres.For further Which Tyre Choice and tyre safety information see…


 Eric Roberts

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Michelin EverGrip-Debuts New Tyres that Improve w… – Carscoops

Michelin EverGrip

Michelin EverGrip

We know that wine gets better with age, but tyres? Well, that’s what Michelin tyres promises. The French company claims to have developed a new technology called Michelin EverGrip that allows tires to not only maintain, but also improve …


eric roberts‘s insight:

Michelin tyres that grip better when they wear down.

This new tyre from Michelin Tyres UK, ( who are no doubt in my mind a great innovative tyre company and have always been at the forefront of tyre development over the years),will be called the Michelin EverGrip, because that’s what the tyre will do. Normally as tyres wear down they eventually become bald, without any tread left. In motor racing bald tyres or slicks as they are known are used on dry weather tracks because of their ability to grip better and hold the road better, but once they are subjected to any bad weather ,even a rain shower they become useless and slide all over the place.

Michelin EverGrip

The new Michelin EverGrip work the opposite way. The sipes or rain grooves get bigger as the tyres wear down and also have another set of grooves that can only be seen when the tread wears down to a certain thickness, these are on the shoulder of the tyres. The compound of the Michelin EverGrip tyres is also made of different products and not just petro-chemical based. The new products used are in fact sunflower oil and different silica’s. This is also in line with Yokohama tyres who now use orange oil as part of their compound materials and is a general trend of tyre companies to look for more natural and greener products to reduce the reliance of using petro-chemical products when manufacturing the tyres.

The new Michelin EverGrip will be available to buy in the USA after April and will be available in 32 popular sizes. The rest of the World should see this new tyre shortly afterword’s.

Eric Roberts

Hi I would like to introduce myself. Working in the Garage and tyre and Battery business now for 40 years. So. worked for a couple of national tyre companies before starting my first business. Of course, I now own a company here in the UK called Pellon Tyre and Auto-centre. Blogging about anything to do with cars and their related products. Naturally, 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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Yokohama Touring Tyres- How do they develop WTCC tyres? –

Yokohama Touring Tyres

Yokohama Touring Tyres

How do Yokohama Touring Tyres develop WTCC tyres?


eric roberts‘s insight:

Yokohama Touring Tyres are one of the up and coming tyre companies in the World

Yokohama are to support the WTCC (world touring car championships) through the Yokohama Touring Tyres drivers trophy events in the 2014 season and will follow the format of the

2013 technical regulations. The event will also be backed by Euro sport, who will, offer 40,000 Euros start bonus to all the competitors who enter the Yokohama trophy for yokohama tyresthe full season.

Yokohama Touring Tyres-great favourites of motor sports enthusiasts


This Japanese tyre company. Have always been great favourites of motor sports enthusiasts. As popular as they are with the general motoring public. Offering great products for the average guy in the streets car that have been developed from the motor racing scene. Yokohama Touring Tyres support many other events as you can see here in this list.

FIA World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) – since 2006

European Touring Car Cup (ETCC) – since 2005

European Rally Challenge (ERC) – since 2013

Scandinavian Touring Car Championship (STCC) – since 2010

Russian Touring Car Championship (RTCC) – since 2006

Chinese Touring Car Championship (CTCC) – since 2010

Irish Touring Car Championship (ITCC) – new for 2012

International Formula 3 Grand Prix Macau – since 1983

ATS German Formula 3 – until 2005 and since 2007

BRDC Formula 4 Championship – new for 2013

Japanese Formula 3 – since 2011

ADAC GT Masters new for 2012

The same tyre engineering and experience goes in to making these excellent tyres. We here at Pellon Tyres in Halifax Yorkshire are very honored to be a Yokohama  dealer in the UK. I am sure that the motoring public can only be impressed by their staggering portfolio. The great number of  motoring events that Yokohama Touring Tyres have supported and continue to do so, over the years.Yokohama Touring Tyres

Eric Roberts

Hi I would like to introduce myself. Working in the Garage and tyre and Battery business now for 40 years. Worked for a couple of national tyre companies.Hence, before starting my first business. So now own a company here in the UK called Pellon Tyre and Auto-centre, .Blogging about anything to do with cars and their related products. Hence, that will help my business.


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