We simplify buying tyres. To save you time and money, we deliver the tyres to your doorstep. If you require a fitting service, we offer a number of tyre fitting companies in your area.
The normal delivery time for an existing order is 24 hours.
FOR LAGOS RESIDENTS: For orders placed before 12 noon, you get it on the same day. For orders placed after 12 noon, you get it delivered to your location of choice, the next day.
FOR RESIDENTS IN OTHER PARTS OF NIGERIA: Normal delivery time is 2-3 days.
N.B: Please note that all delivery times are subject to stock availability. You will be notified if we do not have your tyres in stock.
You can choose between 3 delivery alternatives:
1. The tyres are delivered directly to your home address. We deliver to the same address to which you have given to us. You can then fit the tyres yourself or you can take the tyres to be mounted by a service station of your own choice.
2. The tyres are delivered to an alternative address. In this case, please specify the delivery address, and the person authorized to receive the tyres on your behalf.
3. The tyres are taken to our fitment partners where you can get the tyres fitted which is also inclusive of wheel balancing and alignment at a nominal fee.
If you have any questions about our delivery terms, please don't hesitate to contact us on 08092357000 or send a mail to contact@Tyreman.ng
Forming part of our services, wheel balancing remains an important consideration for all motorists. This type of maintenance should be performed at least once every 10,000km, in order to prolong the lifespan of your tyres. While many people think that wheel alignment and balancing are the same thing, there are some important differences.
While wheel alignment makes sure that all tyres sit at the appropriate angles on the road, wheel balancing helps to avoid unnecessary vibrations in the steering wheel or floorboards, brought on by the uneven distribution of weight on the vehicle’s wheel units. In an effort to ensure equal load distribution on all four sides of the car’s wheels, small counter weights are used to balance out high and low spots.
Wheel balancing enables tyres to spin without causing any vibrations and is required every time tyres are fitted or dismounted for repair. During wheel balancing, your wheels will be diagnosed by a special machine and then balanced by affixing weights to the rim.
These are only a few of the many tyre fitment services that you can expect from Tyreman.ng . Contact us today to learn more about us, and for all the advice you will need to stay safer on the road. We look forward to helping you enjoy excellent value for money and great returns on your tyre investments.
Wheel alignment forms part of our service offering. It is a type of maintenance crucial for optimising the lifespan of tyres, and it also has a significant bearing on the vehicle’s handling and the occupants’ safety. There are many benefits to having Tyreman.ng take care of your wheels’ alignment, including:
- Improving your vehicle’s overall handling and performance;
- Reducing the wear and tear of uneven tyres;
- Increasing fuel economy and mileage; and
- Stopping steering-wheel vibrations.
Wheel alignment consists of adjusting the angles of the wheels so that they are set to the car manufacturer’s specifications. Potholes or bumping a curb are some of the many reasons a car’s wheel alignment may need to be corrected. This procedure reduces tyre wear and ensures that the vehicle drives straight.
These are only a few of the many reasons why it pays to partner with a seasoned industry professional to take care of your wheels’ alignment.
Tyreman.ng tyre fitment centres nationwide are able to offer their customers these services, ensuring that your wheels are in top condition for the road.
Here at Tyreman.ng, we understand the difficulty in maintaining a fully functional fleet while trying to deal with the inconvenience of finding a quick tyre replacement.
Tyreman.ng is experienced in providing total tyre supply and service for commercial fleet operators of passenger, light truck, truck and bus fleets.
We deliver you real value with superior products, reduced downtime and fleet management services – saving you time and money. We also make it easy to get online access to your fleet’s tyre activity, giving you critical information for decision-making.
Corporate fleet owners, companies and bulk buyers can now source tyres from Tyreman.ng for their own fleet or for their employees. We offer an unmatched range of tyres from European, Indian, Japanese and international tyre companies. Competitively priced tyres from Taiwan and Korea allow you to bring down your cost of tyres substantially without in any way sacrificing the quality and safety expected by you from your tyres. With our innovative service, you have an option to order for tyres and get them delivered to any place of your choice.
At Tyreman.ng, we provide genuine tyre solutions for your fleet whilst maintaining our passion for service so whether your fleet of vehicle is large or small, you manage your own fleet, or a lease company manages your fleet – we are here for you.
ROTATE YOUR TYRES TO BEAT WEAR AND TEAR: Tyre wear and tear is natural part of driving, unfortunately. Since most cars are front-engine cars, the front axle bears more weight than the rear axle. This means your front tyres wear quicker than your back tyres.
There are also other causes of uneven wear, like:
1. Turning left. Most interchanges and parking ramps require you to turn left. Left turns are tighter than right turns, causing your right front tyre to wear out faster than the left.
2. Sidewall damage. The sidewalls on your left tyres are more likely to get bumped and rubbed against the pavement when parking your car. This can cause asymmetric sidewall wear.
3. Braking. Heavy, sudden and frequent braking can add stress to your front tyres.
What then can you do about this?
Rotating your tyres will help ensure even tread wear, allowing them to last longer. Rotation entails swopping the back and front tyres around first, and then swopping the left and right front tyres.
Depending on the type of car you drive, we typically recommend you do this every 10,000 km.
Contact Tyreman.ng today for the best tyre rotation services.