Buy Tyres Online and find the best deals!
- Merityre News
Why not make the most of the warm summer weather by taking off on a summer road trip? But before you set off you should make sure that your vehicle is prepared for the conditions that lie ahead! Take a look at our helpful advice and make sure you stay safe on the road this summer!
Launched at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, the Pirelli Connesso is the world’s first tyre sensor which can monitor vital tyre data and communicate this information to the driver via an app on their smartphone. The Pirelli Connesso is set to revolutionise the tyre industry thanks to its innovative system which could help to keep thousands of vehicles safe and legal on the road.
We all know how important it is to have our cars serviced regularly. A car service will help to keep your car in good condition and prolong its life. Car servicing can also save you money as it gives trained specialists the opportunity to spot any underlying issues before they develop into problems. But how often should you have your vehicle serviced?
From 1st March, legislation surrounding driving with a mobile phone has changed, imposing stricter penalties for those caught. As well as being illegal, using a mobile phone is highly dangerous as it takes the driver's attention away from where it should be – on the road!
Merityre Specialists are proud to announce that our Abingdon, Andover, Hazlemere, Thame, Wallington, Wantage, Woking and Leatherhead branches have been awarded Klarius Exhaust Catalytic Converter & Diesel Particulate Filter Accredited Centres.
Tire Technology International, UK based trade journal, honoured tyre manufacturer Continental with the title of Tyre Manufacturer of the Year for 2017.
We have seen some of the most technologically advanced tyres released in the last couple of years, providing impressive sports performance and superlative safety. Stay up to date with our list of the best tyres from the last couple of years.
Did you know you can fail your MOT test due to something as small and easily fixable as a broken light? In fact, the DVSA state that in 2014/15 50% of all failed MOTs could have been avoided! Avoid common MOT fails and make sure that your vehicle passes its next MOT test with some simple maintenance and checks.