Dispatch & Delivery
Many of our orders are delivered FREE, direct from our suppliers, by courier or pallet service, usually on an overnight basis. Deliveries are only made from Monday to Friday (Saturday may be available at extra cost) and may take up to three business days - an possibly longer for pallet deliveries. Some of our suppliers operate their own delivery vehicles and will occasionally deliver the goods themselves if you are close to their location.
Delivery is free on orders of £200 (ex-VAT) / £240 (inc-VAT) or more to most mainland addresses in Great Britain apart from some postcodes in the highlands and islands of Scotland (IV [city of Inverness is standard delivery], HS1-9, FK17-99, G83, KA27/28, KW, PA20-48, PA60-78, PH18-26, PH30-44 and ZE) where a surcharge of about £45 (ex-VAT) is charged (contact us for a quote). Delivery to the Isle of Man, Isle of Wight, Island of Ireland and the rest of the world is possible by arrangement, and again a surcharge will be payable – quotes available on request.
Orders of less than £200 (ex-VAT) / £240 (inc-VAT) attract a delivery surcharge of £10 (ex-VAT) / £12 (inc-VAT) to most GB mainland addresses. This will be added automatically during the checkout process.
Goods ordered in error can be returned for a refund or exchanged for alternative products, but will be subject to a collection charge to cover return carriage. The charge depends on the weight of the goods, with costs as follows: 1–30kg, £25.00 (ex-VAT); 31–75kg, £30.00 (ex-VAT); 76–275kg, £60.00 (ex-VAT). Refunds will be processed within two business days of confirmation that the goods have been received by the original supplier, and have been confirmed to be in good, unused condition.
Tractor Tyres Direct has been selling budget agricultural farm tractor tyres online for great brands like Case, Case IH, Claas, David Brown, Ferguson, Ford, Fordson, International Harvester, JCB, John Deere, Kubota, Lamborghini, Landini, Leyland, Marshall, Massey Ferguson, McCormick, New Holland, Nuffield, Renault, Same, Valtra, and Zetor since 2012.