Previous winners 2019
The TyreSafe Awards are now open for entries. Hosted at St George’s Park on Thursday 18 July 2019, home of the National Football Centre, and located in Burton upon Trent, the industry awards throw a spotlight on those national and local businesses and individuals who have made a contribution to raising awareness about tyre safety issues, at a gala dinner which follows the TyreSafe Briefing.
TyreSafe understands smaller organisations may not have the same resources available to them to complete as comprehensive an award entry as larger operations. In such circumstances, TyreSafe will accept shorter entries but does expect all entrants to provide as much information as possible. Companies, organisations or individuals may submit multiple awards for any of the categories. Entries will be judged on their positive contribution to raising measurable awareness about the dangers associated with illegal and defective tyres, with a particular emphasis on evidence of detailed planning and review.
7:30pm Pre-dinner awards drinks
8pm Awards dinner and ceremony
Previous winners 2018
Small Retailer – Westgate Tyres
Large Retailer – Protyre
Wholesaler – Micheldever Tyre Services Ltd
Online Retailer – Asda Tyres
Tyre Manufacturer – Bridgestone (UK) Ltd
Vehicle Manufacturer – Ford Motor Company
Emergency Services – Cheshire Fire & Rescue Service Safety in the Community – Highways England Innovation & Use of Technology – Pneumatic Components Ltd Online & Social Media – Highways England Highly Commended – Yokohama HPT Ltd Outstanding Achievement – Colin Heyes (Cheshire)
Previous winners 2017
Thank you to everyone who has entered the TyreSafe Awards. Judging the winners is no easy task with some highly valued campaigns.
The winners of the 2017 TyreSafe Awards: Independent Garage Award – Westgate Tyres Franchise Dealership Award – Ford Online and Social Media Award – Sussex Safer Roads Partnership Emergency Services Award – Northampton Fire and Rescue Service and Northampton Police Safety in the Community – Cheshire Fire and Rescue Innovation and Use of Technology – Bridgestone Vehicle Manufacturer – Toyota Tyre Retailer – Micheldever Protyre Tyre Manufacturer – Yokohama Highly Commended – Central Bedfordshire Outstanding Achievement – Bridgestone
Previous winners 2016
The winners of the 2016 TyreSafe Awards:
Independent Garage Award – Jeff Fowkes Wheels Ltd Franchise Dealership Award – Listers Group Online and Social Media Award – FOXY Lady Drivers Club Emergency Services Award – Cheshire Fire and Rescue Safety in the Community – Pirelli Innovation and Use of Technology – Sigmavision Ltd Vehicle Manufacturer – Lexus Tyre Retailer – Protyre Tyre Manufacturer – Yokohama Highly Commended – Merityre Outstanding Achievement – Protyre and Cheshire Fire and Resc
Previous winners 2014
The winners of the 2014 TyreSafe Awards: Vehicle manufacturer – Ford Tyre manufacturer – Goodyear Dunlop Tyre retailer – Protyre Independent garage – Tyremen Emergency services – Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service Safety in the community – NFU Mutual & British Horse Society (winners); Bedford and Luton Casualty Reduction Partnership (highly commended) Partnership in action – North West Road Responders Forum Best engagement through online and social media – Foxy Lady Drivers Club Outstanding contribution – Michelin Tyre
Previous winners 2013
The winners of the 2013 TyreSafe Awards: Tyre manufacturer – Giti Tyre (UK) Ltd Tyre retailer – Micheldever Tyre Services / Protyre Franchise dealer – HiQ Independent garage – Jeff Fowkes Wheels Ltd Vehicle manufacturer – Ford Emergency services – Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service Safety in the community – Bedfordshire and Luton Casualty Reduction Partnership Champion of innovation – Staffordshire Safer Roads Partnership Outstanding contribution – Highways Agency (now Highways England)