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Ever wonder what those tyre numbers mean?
245/45/R18 91 V
- Click on the letters below to find out.
- 245 - The width of the tyre in millimetres
- 45 - Profile height of the tyre sidewall as a percentage of the width
- R18 - The diameter of the wheels inner rim in inches
- 91 - The load index indicates the maximum load the tyre can carry
- V- The speed rating indicates the maximum speed for the tyre
HiQ Tyres Ludlow
- HiQ Fleet Service Partner
- Dunlop recommended
- Goodyear recommended
- TyreSafe recommended
Very good customer service and very accommodating. Would definitely recommend. Thanks!
Excellent service, with very friendly staff. Will use again and would definitely recommend. Thanks
Based on my experience of using this garage for years, I have absolutely no hesitation in recommending them. Pete and Matt and their crew are excellent and will go out of their way to look after you and your vehicle. They will go to any lengths to provide service and repairs, advice and diagnostics to keep you on the road at the best possible cost. They are always cheerful and good humoured, and are never interested in simply how they can make the most money out of you. Their charges are clearly explained before they begin any work - and they will update you quickly about any problems or unexpected costs involved. I really cannot praise them enough! I feel lucky that I found them and that they are just round the corner from where I live. If I lived much further away I would still use them.
Have had tyres, MOT and services carried out on my partners and my car a few times now. Thorough, Professional and courteous.
MOT x2...Both mine and my step sons car went for MOT today 29/07/16,mine passed,but Step sons had a hole in the exhaust which i already new about.Pete advised that Karl who was testing the car would weld/repair exhaust if possible.Had a call from Pete who told me exhaust was not repairable,but had already checked out a price on replacement part.The price was very good so asked Pete if it could be fitted today at all,Petes answer "come back in an hour and it will be ready for you"When i returned some 50 minutes later the exhaust was almost finished,so had a cup of hot chocolate whilst waiting.Very nice it was too.End result:2 cars both MOT,ed and 1 very happy customer.Both Pete and Karl are very helpful and try their utmost to save the customer money which is very rare these days.Thanks to all of the guy,s at HiQ Ludlow,for your help and taking care of customers,i will be back. Rich & Jo.
Can't praise them highly enough, after couple of visits over the past couple of weeks, sorry for length but worth reading! Firstly a puncture, not really suitable to repair, so they did a good deal on four quality tyres fitted the next day. Whilst they had the car asked if they could regass the aircon as didn't seem too good, (was the hottest day of the though!) Anyway on collection bad news, told the pump had gone, could do a new one for around £350 fitted so agreed said they'd order it in. Contacted again, more than they expected now around £450 for the pump with fitting, said okay, even though price had gone up by £100. Dropped tthe car off the next week said they would ring when ready. Anyway had a call mid afternoon, car ready, did I want the good news? Urm yes...advised the pump was okay...then held my breath expecting the enevitable but you needed a new XYZ which will now cost £600. But I was greeted with a fixed it, nothing was faulty just an abnormally with the switch arrangements, in that you can't have economy and aircon on at the same time you either economy or comfort not both, (bit embarrassing considering the time I've had this car) So I picked myself up off the floor, pinched myself to make sure I wasn't dreaming and went to collect the car. So the outcome, was only charged for the re gassing, as the pump was okay and nothing was done basically apart from turn a switch off. Think they just Googled Mercedes aircon operating instructions in the end before ripping the perfectly good pump out just to check. Anyway the moral of all this is... that's it's nice to know there are honest tradesmen with integrity who respect their customers. When you consider Peter the manager who had probably (definitely) lost money with this job, could still explain to me with with great pride how he had sorted my aircon. Peter I salute you, with so many horror stories and even TV shows based on rip offs, and cons, it was nice to find someone who puts customer satisfaction before profit with a passion. When to a less scrupulous garage they could have got a free pump out of me, quite a worrying thought? I'll definitely be back, as I'm sure others will after reading this.