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Why Choose Tyre Bay Direct?

Tyre Bay Direct is one of the UK’s leading suppliers of garage equipment. From hand tools through to vehicle lifts – and plenty in between – we stock practically everything you need to get a workshop up and running.

Shopping with us is easy. We deliver nationwide, with next day delivery available if required. Plus, if you spend over £50, we’ll throw in postage for free!

We offer multiple payment options to suit your preferences too, with a range of customisable finance plans available to choose from. They allow you to spread out the cost of your purchases, making it easier than ever to level up your business.

Whether you prefer to shop entirely online or want to speak to someone over the phone, we’re here to help.


Why invest in air conditioning servicing equipment?

With so many modern vehicles now being fitted with air conditioning, regas and maintenance services can be a lucrative addition to your repertoire of services – particularly during the warmer months

How often should air conditioning systems be serviced?

Most manufacturers recommend servicing air conditioning systems every couple of years, though many motorists tend to skip these services to the detriment of their vehicle’s fuel efficiency.

What is the difference between R134a and R1234yf air conditioning gas?

As of 2017, R1234yf is the most commonly used type of refrigerant gas on new vehicles, replacing R134a. It’s favoured due to its reduced environmental impact; if the newer type of gas is released into the atmosphere, it will take just 11 days to dissipate. The older gas can linger in the air for as long as 13 years!