Supply of tyres, glass and fast fit solutions

The entire public sector can access services to supply and fit tyres as well as repair and replace all glass on vehicles (such as windshield and windows). You can also access fast fit products and services including planned maintenance, MOTs, diagnostics and repairs.


Provides access to a wide range of products and services to help you maintain the condition of your vehicles.

Services available under this agreement include:

  • the supply and fit of tyres
  • the supply and fit of vehicle glass repairs
  • fast fit solutions such as bulbs and wiper blades
  • larger items and services needed for repairs such as, brakes, exhausts and batteries
  • servicing such as MOTs and diagnostics
  • chip repair service

This agreement will run for 4 years and will expire in July 2025. There will be no options to extend.


  • access to discounted prices so budgets can be used effectively and efficiently
  • all suppliers and their products and services comply with all relevant legislative and technical standards, including tyre-labelling standards
  • a range of supply options such as:
  • supply only (for tyres)
  • supply and fit at a supplier depot or your premises, or roadside and emergency
    • this programme raises awareness of the benefits that both private and public sector employers can achieve from managing work-related driving more effectively

Products and suppliers

There are 13 suppliers on this agreement

Lot 1: Supply and fit of tyres and associated products and services for Blue Light (eme


1 suppliers

Lot 2: Supply, fit and management of tyres and associated products and services


11 suppliers

Lot 3: Supply, fit and repair of Glass and associated products and services


2 suppliers

How to buy

Before using this agreement you should take part in appropriate research or engagement to help you develop your statement of requirements. You should also consider which lot will best meet your needs. To help you do this, read the Framework schedule 1 (specification) document.

You can buy from this agreement through further competition or direct award. 

As lot 1 is a single supplier lot, the default buying option is direct award. For Lots 2 and 3 you are able to direct award or run a further competition.

Further competition 

To run a further competition you should:

  1. take part in pre-market engagement with suppliers to help you define your needs (optional)
  2. identify the suppliers that can meet your needs and develop your specification (make sure your specification is detailed and includes timescales)
  3.  complete your further competition documents, such as:
    • invitation to tender
    • evaluation criteria
    • draft order form
  4. invite all identified suppliers to submit a tender in writing (this could be by email or through your preferred e-Sourcing tool) 
  5. set a time limit for the submission of tenders, (take into account the time needed to create and submit tenders and the complexity of your needs)
  6. keep each tender confidential until the time limit set out for the return of tenders has ended
  7. evaluate supplier responses (make sure you evaluate all suppliers equally and fairly)
  8. award your call-off contract by sending the following to the successful supplier: 
    • a completed and signed framework schedule 6 
    • a completed and signed order form
  9. provide unsuccessful suppliers with written feedback on why their tenders were unsuccessful 
  10. publish your contract on contracts finder for transparency purposes

When running a further competition you should consider:

  • quality: including added value, innovation, social value and approach to providing the products and services
    • other criteria may include cost-effectiveness, after sales service, running costs, delivery date and the period for completion
  • price: for supply and fit of tyres and / or glass

You may decide the most appropriate quality and price weightings to suit your individual needs.

Direct award

To run a direct award you should:

  1. clearly define your needs by developing your specification
  2. establish which lots fit your need by reading the agreement specification
  3. contact the suppliers on the lot 
  4. establish your award criteria using framework schedule 7 call-off award procedure 
  5. award your contract by signing framework schedule 6
  6. publish your contract on contracts finder


We hold pricing at agreement level. To receive the pricing information you will need to contact the team