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CEAT tyres can now be fit on your car at home

Written by Nayak

Ceat Tyres, one of India leading tyre manufacturers, has partnered with ‘TyresnMore’ to provide doorstep services. This home fitment service will give the customer zero contact doorstep fitment of tyres in selected cities. This includes Mumbai, Delhi-NCR, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Pune. Ceat Tyres has confirmed that soon the brand will expand the service to other cities as well.

‘TyresnMore’ is already an established player in the door to door delivery service of tyres and batteries across the above-mentioned cities. And along with Ceat Tyres, this partnership aims to enhance its service to more customers. Apart from tyre fitment, this new service will also take up other tyre related services like tyre replacement, balancing, alignment and other maintenance services.

Ceat’s New Website Gets Host Of New Features

With the growing demand for online shopping, businesses are making significant shifts towards digitalization, given the current situation. Many automotive companies are also heavily investing in improving their digital services. Ceat has completely revamped its website, and the latest one gets a lot of customization and has an integrated e-commerce offering. Customers can now choose their favourite set of tyres from the comfort of their homes. Ceat offers its customers three delivery modes, pick-up from nearest Ceat Shoppe, home delivery and home delivery with a fitment option. This online service will also help customers get original Ceat products, as many counterfeit products are circulating in the market.

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Ceat has a strong presence in India along with having its network in the international market as well. Currently, the tyre company produces close to 15 million tyres a year. Its range of products includes heavy-duty trucks, buses, scooters, motorcycles and cars as well. Recently, Ceat had launched its SecuraDrive tyres services, best suited for the compact SUV segment, which is currently witnessing high demand.

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