The Wheel Specialist and Euro Car Parts have reopened their premises following COVID-19 closures, while SEGA is now supporting customers online.

Customers should make an appointment for The Wheel Specialist Unit at 24 Barwell Business Park, while Euro Car Parts at Unit B33 is offering an in-store click & collect service. SEGA Amusements International at unit 42 is offering technical support and spare parts to customers online.

On its website, The Wheel Specialist said: “We are pleased to announce that our branch is now fully open. For the safety of customers and staff, we are operating by appointment only with a contactless process.”

Euro Car Parts offered the following guidance to click & collect customers.

“There will still be some restrictions in place when you visit us to help keep you safe, like no browsing while you are in the store, adhering to social distancing measures and waiting to be called by your branch for a time slot before you visit.

“We have made some significant changes to the way we operate to support a safe and socially distanced shopping experience, including limiting the number of people in a store at any one time, one-way queuing systems, clearly labelled social distancing throughout and screens on counters. So you can be confident when you visit any of our stores.”

SEGA said: “Now that lockdown is being eased around the world, SEGA Amusements International is here for you. We are now open and can assist you with technical support, provide critical spares and ship games to help get your business up and running again. We have been working hard the past few weeks, implementing robust health and safety procedures and social distancing to ensure that we can deliver products and services to you safely, while protecting our staff.”