It's a family affair!
Chris, Emma-Jane and Claire from Easy Tyres, HiQ Franchisee in the Midlands have pledged to raise a minimum of £2,500 for Breast Cancer Care in October. Strong supporters of Project Pink over the last 3 years, Chris, Emma-Jane and Claire are off on a Kisby family fundraising trek and will complete the National 3 Peaks Challenge in support of Breast Cancer Care.
The intrepid trio start the odyssey on the 18th October and finish on the 20th October - which involves 15 hours of climbing and 11 hours of driving!They start at Fort William and finish at Snowdon.
The fundraising drive is being supported in all the Easy HiQ Midlands centres with a range of supporting in-centre activities such as selling cakes and dressing up in pink for the month to help achieve the overall figure of £2,500.
If you would also like to support, please support by donating anything, however small on HiQ's Just Giving page on HiQOnline.co.uk or by clicking through to:
Winter tyres may seem like an extra and perhaps unnecessary expense to UK residents as we do not usually suffer the extreme temperatures and weather conditions as other countries, such as Germany, where it is a legal requirement to switch to winter tyres when seasons change.
Did you know battery faults are a common cause of breakdown? Furthermore, when cold weather hits, your battery is more likely to fail. HiQ Easy Tyre & Autocentres have put together some helpful advice for looking after your battery this winter and decrease your chance of having a car related breakdown or problem.