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Sales: 4 tips for good business

Envie de profiter un maximum des soldes ? Découvrez des astuces pour faire des affaires, du repérage de vos pièces préférées au jour J ! The sales are fast approaching… You want to do good business this year? Follow these 4 tips. How to do good business: Tip #1 The key to doing good business during the sales? The sightings! A few days before the start of hostilities, visit your favourite shops to find your favorite pieces. Many brands even offer to create a wish list on their website – all you have to do is move all the items in your basket on the day. With the Internet, doing business has never been easier! How to do good business: Tip 2 The sales are an opportunity to indulge yourself by offering yourself some unusual pieces… but also to replenish your stock of basics! So before you rush into the stores, take a look in your closets to see what you need. Replacing your son’s punctured pants or worn-out blouse at a lower cost is a real bargain! Feel free to replenish your supplies for the coming seasons. Summer clothes are often cheaper in winter, and vice


Ouch! Your tires are worn and you think about the new tires you’re going to have to buy and the hole in the wallet that this will create… Even if car centres and Internet retailers make promotional offers, you still have to take out a ticket and the bigger your tires are, the higher the price is too!;) The solution that some people choose is to buy used tires. On sale at very attractive prices, you can find some on the internet, in the shops… But is it really a good plan? There are several things to look at and consider before buying used tires: – Load and speed dimensions/indices: each vehicle has tires with particular characteristics. It is very important to respect them, it is important for your safety. You can find this information on your current tires or in your car’s service manual. For information it is forbidden to mount a tyre with a lower speed index than the original one, but you can opt for a higher index. – The wear indicator: of course, it’s the basis! There must be a real difference between the level of the wear indicator, which is 1.6mm, and