WE FIX ALLOYS BLOG

Exciting Open Day Announcement from We Fix Alloys

We Fix Alloys are proud to announce another car club open day being held at our workshop in North Shields The event has been coordinated by @NEValetersForum from Twitter which was set up as a place for all North East UK valeters, detailers and car enthusiasts to hang out and chat...

Never miss out again on a special offer for alloy wheel refurbishment and repair!

Want to know how to get an even better deal on your alloy wheel refurbishment from We Fix Alloys?   You already know we're extremely competitively priced for our high quality, professional and specialist alloy wheel refurbishment and repairs... but we're guessing you'd still really appreciate a great offer every now...

7 ways to avoid damage to your Alloy Wheels

So you’ve had your alloy wheels refurbished by We Fix Alloys – how are you going to keep them looking so good? 7 ways to avoid damage to your (newly repaired) Alloy Wheels NEVER, EVER, EVER drive up a kerb! Keep your Alloy Wheels clean. The more often you clean...

EU Tyre labelling regulations – Mobile Tyre Fitting

How to choose the right tyres for mobile tyre fitting Tyres have always made an important contribution to road safety and to the environmental impact of road transport. However, not all tyres offer the same performance and it was hard for the consumer to know how to choose the most...

Mobile Tyre Fitting – Information about tyres

What do you want to know about tyres we fit with our mobile tyre fitting service? When should I replace my tyres? The legal limit for the tread of the tyre is 1.6mm across ¾ of the tread pattern. Your tyre should be replaced if any of the following defects...

Mobile Tyre Fitting – Frequently asked questions

Mobile Tyre Fitting – Frequently asked questions about our work How do I find my tyre size? The ONLY way you can accurately find your tyre size is to look on the sidewall of your tyre. Many tyre websites have software that looks up your tyre size from your vehicle registration or...