Tyre Bay Direct Blog

Check back often to see our posts about new products and advice on how to get the most out of our equipment.

An inevitable wave of Garage Servicing demand and how to deal with it!

Just like every other business in the automotive sector, we’ve been watching current trends and looking for signs of a return to normal in 2021. Last year created a lot of uncertainty and unease throughout the industry, but better days are ahead… Q3 2020 saw a huge spike in demand for MOT testing and the […]

How do you rectify specific pain points if you are a busy garage owner?

Regardless of what industry you work in, owning a business can give you some of the highest highs, and some of the lowest lows. Being a business owner in the automotive garage service sector is no different. We understand there are specific pain points to owning your own garage workshop, and no matter how hard […]

Choosing the right Car Lift for your garage!

Are you left scratching your head when it comes to choosing the right vehicle lift? So, you’ve been looking for the right garage lift to accompany your garage services for the past few weeks and have finally hit a dead end. You NEED to read this article! Where to start… Vehicle Lifts come in a […]

Tyre Bay Direct’s 2020 Review – the good, the great & the excellent!

For many of us, there will never be another year like 2020 – the entire UK hitting multiple lockdowns, uncountable restrictions and businesses taking the worst hit of all. The effect of the pandemic has been seen across the entire automotive industry and specifically within the garage equipment sector. Here at Tyre Bay Direct, we […]

Polyurethane Wheels: What difference can they make to your Trolley Jack?

Everyone who owns a car trolley jack to perform everyday garage services knows how important that single piece of equipment can be. After all, where would you be without it? Probably using a Two Post Lift that doesn’t quite fit your garage footprint for menial vehicle jobs. Here at Tyre Bay Direct, we understand through […]