Logbook’s marketplace features a dedicated tyre shop for use by motorists and garages alike. Motorists can browse a wide selection of tyres from a variety of local garages and national businesses or search for a specific tyre if they already know what they’re looking for and businesses can upload their wares and promote their brand, not only through the marketplace itself but also through Logbook’s social media functions.
Logbook aims to encourage businesses to sell their tyres through us, so that we can offer the widest selection possible, and bring as many customers as possible to our site and your business. We also believe that by hosting a tyre shop on a social media platform, we can ensure that customers will only be buying from trusted and reputable businesses, and as a business owner, you’ll quickly gain that trust that with customers you connect with through Logbook.
Ultimately, we want to be the one place motorists and garages flock to when they need to buy or sell tyres and we’ve designed our marketplace with this in mind.
To ease the search, our tyres category also features a number of parameters such as width, profile and rim size that can be set via a drop-down box function to return only specific results. Viewing a tyre in the marketplace will give the user further information such as price and availability, as well as the ability to follow links to the e-commerce page of the business who sells it, enabling the user to connect with them and discover other products that they may sell.
Everything about Logbook’s marketplace is designed to help you best promote your business and its products, which means you’ll be able to fully customise the product description of the tyres you upload, the ability for customers to adjust parameters will mean they’re more likely to see your tyres and with each product uploaded, there will be a link to your e-commerce page, where customers can find out more about the products you sell and connect with you through your business page.
Local garages and businesses can sign up with Logbook for a free business page, from where they can create an e-commerce shop on our marketplace. This allows businesses, such as tyre shops, to upload their products to the marketplace, where they’ll become automatically categorised and searchable to customers looking to buy tyres in order to boost sales for your business.
In addition to the advertising you’ll be given through your presence on the marketplace businesses can advertise their products by making use of Logbook’s social media and business functions. Share the tyres you’ve uploaded to the marketplace on our news feed as a post, or create a custom advert with our ads centre to make a wider range of customers aware of your tyre shop’s products, and improve sales for your business.
Logbook’s marketplace features a dedicated tyre shop for use by motorists and garages alike. Motorists can browse a wide selection tyres from a variety of local garages and national businesses or search for a specific tyre if they already know what they’re looking for and businesses can upload their wares and promote their brand, not only through the marketplace itself but also through Logbook’s social media functions.
Within the “Tyres” category of Logbook’s Marketplace, users can narrow down their search for the correct tyre by setting parameters that relate to a tyre’s characteristic. Logbook includes this feature to make shopping with us easier, and to give businesses a better chance of promoting their products. Below, is our comprehensive list of the parameters we include to make this search easier, with an explanation of each.
Measured in millimetres, this is the entire tread width of the tyre from wall to wall. This measurement can usually be found written as the first three digits written on the tyre wall.
Also referred to as the “aspect ratio” and usually found written on the tyre wall immediately following the width. It is measured as a percentage of the tyre’s width and refers to the height of the sidewall.
This refers to the size of the existing rim of the wheel that he tyre is being fitted on.Measured in inches.
This is indicated by a letter written on the tyre sidewall, and indicates the maximum speed that the tyre can be run at. A full list can be found below:
Similarly to the speed rating,the maximum load capacity (in kg) of a tyre is indicated on the sidewall. Rather than being this value being written however, it is instead indicated by an index number.
We have no specific preference for tyre manufacturer on Logbook and welcome all reputable brands, but we can boast some of the most popular and highest quality tyre manufacturers on our Marketplace. The list is not exhaustive, but we can provide information on some of our most notable marketplace brands below:
Founded in 1904, Avon are a UK tyre company thatmanufacture tyres for road use, for motorbikes and for motorsport. For cars and vans, they produce summer, winter,all-season and all-terrain tyres (cars only), and even ones specially-designed to suit higher performance cars. For motorsport, they produce slick and wet tyres for rally, rallycross, hillclimb, circuit racing and more. Proud of their tyre safety standards, they boast a “punishing” test regime to ensure the highest level of vehicle safety.
An American tyre company, BFGoodrich’s tyres are geared more towards rugged conditions, with much of their product range being focused on winter or off-road driving. They are the official tyre supplier of the Dakar rally.
Founded in 1871, Continental are a German-based, multinational tyre manufacture whose products serve cars, vans, 4x4s, motorbikes, commercial vehicles and more.Continental boast an in-house tyre-testing track to pursue their diligence to safety, clean driving and affordability.
Part of the Goodyear company, Dunlop specialise in high and ultra-high performance tyres and have always maintained a large and succesful presence in motorsport. The innovation and technology they pursue in competitive racing ensures a safe and reliable road tyre for your car,van or 4x4.
Firestone were founded in America in 1900 and are now part of the Bridgestone company. Famously the winning tyre of the first Indy 500, they continue to innovate and expand to this day in the world of road driving and motorsport and offer tyres for all seasons to cars and SUVs.
One of the world’s oldest tyre manufacturers, Goodyear are an American company who manufacture tyres for a vast range of road, off-road, commercial and motorsport uses. They were famously the tyre of choice for Ford’s first Model Ts.
With over 70 years of experience, Hankook are consistently exploring new technologies to offer optimum levels of safety, comfort, performance and environmental-consciousness with their tyres They offer all-season and all-terrain tyres for use by cars, 4x4s, vans and commercial vehicles.
Since their origins in 1832 as a French farm equipment manufacturer, Michelin has been dedicated to the practice of “better mobility” for their customers and take an unyielding stance on providing optimum tyre quality and safety in their products. For car, van and SUV, Michelin provide tyres to a range of driving styles; daily, high performance, all-terrain, track and more, in addition to providing tyres for many other applications such as classic cars, commercial vehicles and aircraft.
Famously the current tyre supplier to Formula 1, Pirelli formed as a company in Italy in 1872 and today maintains a strong focus on the tyre consumer market; manufacturing tyres for cars, motorbikes and bicycles. Pirelli’s car tyre range features different models of tyre that each have a different application, such as a model specially designed for SUVs, and feature technologies such as “runflat” and noise cancelling systems to give them an edge in the market.
Formed in Japan in 1917, Yokohama manufacture tyres for cars, vans, SUVs and commercial vehicles, with the goal of providing tyres that can handle any condition and still provide comfort, safety and performance.