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Apollo Tyres' acquisition - too big to chew - Business Standard

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5 Effortless Practices to Obtaining the Best Tyre Deal

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Chinese imported tyres: Are they really less expensive?

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Certainly, Chinese tyres are sold at prices 20 to 25% cheaper than premium tyres. But tyre life is often much shorter. (Are chinese #tyres really less expensive then premium brand #tyres?

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eric roberts's curator insight, May 18, 2013 1:06 PM

Chinese tyres

This is a good question. The problem is that the World is in a recession and motorists will try to cut corners when buying tyres?

The fact that these tyres may not last as long is not a factor to the people who buy these tyres, as long as they are cheap tyres then the customers do not seem to mind.

This winter almost 90% of our customers bought winter tyres from China, in my opinion this was a good thing, as the customers made a good safety move, the same applies to summer tyres are Chinese tyres better than part worn tyres ? I think so.

Eric Roberts...www.pellonautocentre.com