New Zealand consumers are paying too much for their tyres, especially those buying prestige and less common sizes and people living in the country. Why should consumers be paying for lavish retail stores, head office overheads, company vehicles and an entire distribution network which internet retailing and online tyre sales have made redundant? Do you really want to continue paying tyre shops $50.00 to $150.00 profit on some tyres?
Tyre prices at www.tyresales.co.nz are already rock bottom and we just keep on dropping them as we get better freight deals and refine our offering..
Basically our goal is to sell tyres at cost with just a tiny commission on the selling price. Its easy for us to do this, our site is automated and only cost $1200 and its total overheads are under $650 per annum. No buildings, no employees, no head office, no advertising, no overheads for the consumer to pay for.
Thats the benefit of online retailing folks…….