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What Would You Do With Your 2 Hours?

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Mother’s Day seemed like the perfect opportunity to begin our latest campaign, asking our lovely customers, ‘What would you do with your 2 hours?’

In a nutshell, by booking your tyre fitting with TyresOnTheDrive.com, we’re saving you 2 hours that would have otherwise been spent sat in a garage waiting room. Drinking coffee out of a machine. Reading last week’s news. And a strong smell of oil lingering – it’s not exactly living the dream on a Saturday morning.

Instead, TyresOnTheDrive.com’s handy 2 hour time slots allow you to get on with your day, any day of the week. Leaving you time to …well, do anything you want! That’s the beauty of our service.

With little disturbance to your day, you can even have your tyres changed whilst you’re at work. But if we were to give you 2 hours of your life back, we can certainly think of some better ways to spend the time.

That’s why, this Mother’s Day we kicked off our campaign by sending out some cute goody bags to all the mums having their tyres fitted, as a little gesture to encourage them to spend their time wisely.

Bath bombs, scented candles and chocolates hinted at a relaxing Mother’s Day. And of course, we had to sneak a terrible pun in there somewhere too. This time it came in the form of a convenient cotton tote bag with the quote – “Never tyred of shopping”. Yes, it’s bad. But we’re not apologising.

Anyway, the goody bags proved to be a big hit with our customers. With many of our technicians receiving some lovely feedback from our mums! Jen Bruce being one of them, who kindly took to Facebook to rave about our service.

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Thank you tyres on the drive! Lovely surprise from you! Excellent service, prompt and great value for money.

Posted by Jen Bruce on Sunday, 6 March 2016


So, that leaves us with one question … how would you spend your 2 hours?    

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