Tyres on finance

By Julia Freeman

Sometimes, car expenses can hit us at the worst possible times. If you have had a particularly tricky month finance-wise and then suddenly find yourself in need of a new set of tyres to keep your car on the road, your bank balance could be in for a hit you simply cannot afford. If this sounds like a familiar scenario, look no further than shop now, pay later tyres with Klarna finance and Protyre.

Piggy Bank and Coins

Here at Protyre, we understand how essential it is to keep your car safe, maintained and out on the road. We also know that there are times when money is a little more difficult to come by than others. That's why we now offer car finance from Klarna, to allow you to spread the cost of your car maintenance payments into more manageable instalments, leaving you with one less thing to worry about.

How does Klarna work?

If you choose to pay your car maintenance costs with Klarna you can either decide to spread your car finance payments across three instalments or pay the balance within 30 days. Whichever way you choose to pay is completely up to you. Should you go for the three-instalment payment option, the first payment will be taken when you place your order, with the final two instalments being equally spread.
If you decide you would like to pay in 30 days then, as the term suggests, you have up to 30 days to pay the cost of your balance. Whichever of the shop now, pay later options you choose, the only pre-requisite is that you have a minimum spend of £99. Provided that this is the case, there will never be any interest or fees for you to pay.
Whichever way you decide to go, years of experience tell us that people feel better when financial pressure is eased. So that's exactly what we've done. If spreading the cost with Klarna car finance sounds like something you'd like to take advantage of, then simply head to https://www.protyre.co.uk/pay-with-klarna for more details.

Tyres you can trust

Here at Protyre, car maintenance and tyres are our speciality. That's why we offer a wide range of car tyres to suit every pocket. From premium range manufacturers, such as Bridgestone and Pirelli, to budget options including Falken or Sumitomo, we really do stock the perfect tyres for every car. Our qualified fitters are always on hand to ensure you drive away safely and always in the knowledge that your vehicle's tyres are in top condition.

Book with Protyre

If you would like to ensure your tyres are in good condition, why not take advantage of our tyre professionals and book a free tyre check with Protyre today? Or, if you're looking for some new tyres but you aren't sure which will be best for your vehicle, consider our online tyre search to find your ideal tyres in just a few clicks!

The next time you find yourself in need of new tyres, look no further than Protyre – the local garage you can trust.

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By Julia Freeman
Julia is Head of Retail Marketing for Protyre and loves engaging with customers and the business as a whole to make sure Protyre is more than just a local garage.
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