By Gemma Goldfingle2011-01-13T12:12:00+00:00
Tesco is moving into the car parts trade when it launches a tyre-selling service online next month.
Britain’s biggest supermarket has teamed up with tyre specialist BlackCircles.com to launch Tesco Tyres, according to The Sun.
Customers will be able to order tyres online and take their cars to one of 1,200 affiliated garages to have them fitted.
Tesco has also recently moved into the cash-for-gold market.
Discounter Lidl has become the latest retailer to agree to waive the business rates relief it received at the start of the pandemic by repaying £100m to the government.
Value giant B M and specialist retailer Pets at Home have become the latest retailers to waive business rates relief after Tesco sparked a spate of such initiatives earlier this week.
Grocery chains Sainsbury’s and Morrisons have both followed Tesco’s lead by committing to repay a combined £714m of business rates relief.
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