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Pit Stop Tyres - where the motto is, ‘drive safely this winter’

By Saturday, 27 December 2014 15:37 0

AS the winter months draw in and the nights get darker, travelling to work and back in the dark, cold, rainy days and nights is not always easy. You need to know your lights are working correctly so you can see those slippery roads and, more importantly, make sure you are seen by other cars.

At Pit Stop Tyres we check all the lights of your car for safety and vision.

Make sure you don’t get fined this winter or be unfortunate enough to have an accident without the protection of your two high visibility vests and triangles that are a necessity by law in Spain. At Pit Stop Tyres we check your car has all the items that are needed by law in Spain.

As the roads get wetter, it’s important that your tyres are not worn down and the pressure is correct, otherwise your stopping distance is affected, which affects the handling of your car.

At Pit Stop Tyres we offer a free service to check your tyres and brakes to make sure everything is working correctly for you.

Remember it’s better to be safe than sorry. You wouldn’t go on a dicey fairground ride in case you got hurt, so don’t get into your car knowing it’s dangerous!

Pit Stop Tyres is just a stone’s throw away, come and see us, we will check your car whilst you wait and make sure danger is on the other side of the road.

In bad conditions, don’t drive too close to the car in front or drive too fast, as both can result in causing accidents. It doesn’t cost anything to be nice to other road users and everybody gets to their destination safely.

Pit Stop Tyres, remember the name, remember the motto, DRIVE SAFELY this winter.

 

Contact Colin at Pit Stop Tyres, Calle Illes Canarias 33, San Bugadelles, Mallorca.

Tel. 971 690 023   Email: [email protected]

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