Winter Tyres

WIN! Winter Tyres for your Toyota

The countdown to Christmas is on! And as the weather starts to turn cold and wet we are offering to help keep one lucky Toyota driver ahead of the pack by giving away a set of Yokohama winter tyres worth up to £1000.

All we need from you is a photograph that shows your Toyota against a wintry background and share it with us on Facebook or Twitter – you’ll find step-by-step details on how to enter at the bottom of this post.

Your picture could show your car battling the elements, tackling the snow, or even enjoying a set of spectacular outdoor Christmas decorations. To help inspire you, we’re kicking off with these great pictures of the new Aygo, shot in Central London.

Our prize includes wheel and tyre fitting and balancing at your local Toyota Centre. We will also keep your regular tyres safe at one of our new Tyre Hotels.

Come spring 2015, simply make contact with your Centre again, and we will swap your tyres back.

Winter weather tyres offer a significant performance advantage in cold and wet conditions, and are designed and engineered to provide better grip on the road when the temperature is below seven degrees centigrade.

This can help improve vehicle stability and braking performance – offering greater safety, and peace of mind. Winter tyres have a noticeably different tread pattern to equivalent regular performance tyres, and are made from a formula that includes higher levels of natural rubber and silica.

Tiny grooves called “sipes” are cut into the existing tyre tread to improve the bond with the road at lower temperatures. For more information about the full service of purchasing, fitting and tyre storage contact your local Toyota Centre who’ll be happy to help you further.

HOW TO ENTER:

There are two ways to enter our competition:
1) Upload an image to our Facebook page, using the hashtag #ToyotaWinterTyres in your caption. 
2) Share a picture on Twitter, naming @ToyotaGB and using the hashtag #ToyotaWinterTyres.

We’ll choose a winner on Friday 19th December 2014. Terms and Conditions apply.

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