Search for tyres for your vehicle and reserve them at our branch for fitting.

We have an extensive stock of tyres ranging in shape and size and covering most of the popular brands.

Tyres aren't just Black and Round they are much more important than that; they are the only contact that your vehicle has with the road. They should be checked regularly not just a quick top up of the pressure.

Check for

  • Worn tyres. They give you less grip.
  • The legal minimum tread depth for car tyres in the UK and the European Community is 1.6mm throughout a continuous band comprising the central three quarters of the width of tread and round the entire outer circumference of the tyre. Most car tyres have tread wear indicators. These are at least six small ribs across the bottom of the main tread grooves, and when the tread surface becomes level with these ribs the tyre is at the legal limit and must be replaced.
  • Abnormal or uneven wear can often be an indication of a mechanical defect on the vehicle. In these circumstances the mechanical parts (steering, wheel alignment, brakes) should be checked immediately.
  • Look for cuts, cracks, bulges or any other evidence of damage from violent impact with kerbs, potholes etc. Damaged tyres may be illegal and can be dangerous. Contact us immediately for expert advice.

Order your tyres online.

Ordering your tyres has never been easier with our online tyre ordering widget, simply enter in your tyres measurements and you will be presented with a number of suitable tyres for you to choose from. Each tyre will have the individual price attached to them as well as a label outlining their effectiveness in 3 fields;

Fuel Efficiency

  • A lower 'rolling resistance' means lower fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
  • 'A' is the best performing tyre, 'G' is the worst performing.
  • The difference in fuel efficiency between an A and G rated tyre is about 7.5%

Wet grip

  • This measures and rates the performance of a tyre in wet driving conditions. Tyres with a better grip stop quicker in the wet.
  • 'A' is the best performing tyre, 'G' is the worst performing.
  • There can be a difference of up to 18 metres (approx. 4 car lengths) in braking distance between an A and G rated tyre.

Noise Levels

  • A tyre's exterior noise is measured in decibels.
  • The graphic displays one black sound wave for the quietest performance, and up to three black sound waves for the noisiest
  • A 3 sound wave rated tyre will be three times noisier than a single sound wave rated tyre.
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