Crewe Tyre & Exhaust - Online Tyre Ordering Site - Tyres in Crewe
Here at Crewe Tyres we have been established as a local, independent, tyre fitting and exhaust garage since 1985 but with roots going back until 1966 as a sub division of the Harris Motor Company. Its owned by myself, Eric Harrison and here at Crewe Tyres we have built our reputation on providing all customers with exceptional professional advice, and we like to make sure you leave our garage happier and safer than when you arrived.
We have designed this website to make booking your tyres online as easy as possible. We have given you the option of what tyres you would like, and also given you the flexibility of when you would like them fitted. There's an extensive range of tyres to choose from which varies from Car Tyres, Van Tyres, 4x4 Tyres, High Performance Tyres or even Caravan Tyres. So we like to think theres no reason for you to go anywhere else for your tyres.
Being a tyre specialist in Crewe we have to ensure we can provide all types of tyres for your vehicle, so within this site you will find a selection of Premium Tyres, Mid Range Tyres within our Falken brand, and we also do sell cheap budget tyres. Our experience tells us that the cheapst budget tyres aren't always the best so keep this in mind when booking online.
ALL online prices include:
VAT - WHEEL BALANCE - NEW VALVE - CASING DISPOSAL
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Crewe Tyres are proud to be the only recognised Falken Performance Centre within Crewe, which means we can provide this excellent mid range tyre at the very best prices. We have carefully chosen this as our mid range brand as we feel it provides exceptional performance and value for money
What our customers think
“Great company, ordered two tyres at 5pm on Friday, fitted by 11am the next day! Good price, good service!”
“Easy to order online and fitted in no time when I arrived at the centre ”
“Friendly and efficient. I was particularly impressed that the technicians took great care over removing the wheel nuts as they had a soft cover over them and finally torquing them up by hand (old school!) rather than just gunning them on.”