Tyremen provide a wide range of vehicle services at our Hull depot. Click through the dropdowns below to find out more about each service. You can book a service online or call 01482 486138.

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We supply tyres for almost any vehicle and are happy to fit and balance them for you too.

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The DVSA “Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency” requires most vehicles over 3 years old to have an annual MOT. The MOT ensures that at the time the MOT has been carried out the vehicle is fit for purpose. If any faults are found that result in a failure this will need to be fixed before the MOT can be passed.
Tyremen offers Class 4 and Class 7 MOTs.

Class 4 MOT is suitable for cars, small vans & motorhomes up to 3000kgs.
Class 7 MOT is for commercial vehicles weighing between 3000kgs and 3500kgs gross weight.

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Keeping up with your vehicle's service schedule is particularly important to ensure your vehicle runs as it should, and not to mention a car or van with a full-service history is worth more than one without.

It's three options for servicing which include different checks.

Interim service is designed to be carried out every 6 months or every 6000 miles as a top-up service. It will check your fluid levels, brakes, cambelt condition etc.
Full Service should be done once a year or around every 12 000 miles. It will cover everything an interim service does, but also oil, oil filter and air filter change as well as a more in-depth check of the vehicle.
Major Service is normally done every 2 years or 24 000 miles and will cover everything a full service does as well as a full health check and replacement of wearable parts.

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Wheel alignment or tracking is often something people overlook as a non-essential part of maintenance, but is especially important if you wish to get your money's worth from your tyres. Tyremen has the most up-to-date wheel alignment equipment which allows us to perform 2-way and 4-way alignment.

The big tell-tale sign of misaligned wheels is uneven tread wear. By looking at your tyre you can see that it's wearing more on one side than the other. If any part of the steering system has been replaced or adjusted it's important that you have your wheel alignment redone.

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With two brand new machines, we can service your vehicle's air conditioning system.

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Suspension is a very important factor on any motor vehicle on the road. Its main purpose is to maintain maximum friction between your tyres and the road. This provides stability and a good positive feel to the steering making you feel more in control and ensuring comfort (well, in some cars that is).

If roads were built 100% flat then suspension would not be as important, but we all know they're not. With the ever-increasing amount of potholes and uneven road surfaces, we need good healthy suspension to keep us on the road and prevent us and the car from being shaken to pieces.

Common signs of suspension failure:

• Has your vehicle dropped in one corner? Indication of a broken spring. Needs attention.

• You can suddenly feel every hump and bump. Indication of worn suspension. Needs attention.

• More body roll when going around corners than normal. Needs attention.

• Vehicle pulling to one side may indicate suspension problems, but this could be as simple as misaligned wheels. Needs attention.

• Fluid seen around suspension parts, a good indication of suspension failure. Needs attention.

Remember, when having any type of work on your suspension done, it is very important you have a wheel alignment done too.

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One of the most important parts of your vehicle is your brakes. After all, they are supposed to stop you.

Servicing your front and rear brakes can save you a lot of money down the line. One of the biggest mistake people can make is running their brake pads down to where there is no braking material left. This will result in damage to the brake discs which could have been avoided by changing the pads earlier.

Signs of problems:

• Loud squeal when pressing the brake pedal.

• Vibration through the steering wheel when pressing the brake pedal.

• Burning smell.

• One of your wheels is covered in brake dust more than the others.

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We can supply and replace any part of your exhaust system. As the build quality gets better exhausts are lasting a lot longer than they used to. However, if yours fails, we're happy to help!

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Does your vehicle need a new battery? We can help you find the correct battery for your vehicle and makes sure it's fitted correctly.

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Modern cars are filled with electronics and packed with sensors to monitor both how your vehicle is behaving and to make your motoring life easier.

When something goes wrong, it can be a difficult task trying to work out exactly what that warning light flashing away on your dashboard is trying to tell you.

It’s important to know what the warning lights on your dashboard actually mean. Not least because they can pre-empt a car breakdown or full-on failure, potentially saving you from an expensive repair bill and meaning you stay safer on the road.

Many lights can just be caused by relaxing the way you care for your car or van. For example, the tyre pressure or oil light could just be a simple top-up of air or oil. A brake light generally means your brake pads are nearing the end of their service. Engine management light can be very simple however, this could also be a very urgent matter which needs attending to asap.

If you have any questions or need a diagnostic test on your vehicle, even if it's just for peace of mind, don't hesitate to get in touch.

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TPMS is an electronic transmitter fitted to the valve of the wheel of most new cars. It will measure the air pressure within the tyre and sends a signal to the dashboard when it drops below a certain level to help save your tyre.

Different factors can cause the system to not work properly or be damaged. Here at Tyremen, we got all the right equipment to repair or replace your tyre pressure monitoring system.

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Flat tire? We are happy to check your tyre for you and if it can be repaired we will do this in a way so your tyre is as good as new.

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If your number plate has incorrect spacing, is cracked or is broken, your vehicle might fail MOT.

Tyremen can make new registration plates on-site if you have the correct information and proof of ownership.

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