Not all car tyres are the same, so it’s important to choose the right tyres for your vehicle and the type of driving you do. Just remember that your vehicle’s tyres are the only part that’s actually touching the ground, so you must make sure that they are solid and have good traction in order to provide adequate stopping power in difficult braking situations. The wrong car tyres can make even the most high performance vehicle a dangerous death trap, but the right car tyres can magically turn the oldest clunker into a very safe car. Here are some things to take into consideration when buying car tyres.

Read the sidewalls of the tyres you already have on your vehicle. This information will tell you the size of the tyres that are on the car, the recommended amount of air to put in them, the tread life of the tyre, and other important information. If you’re happy with the performance of these tyres, then your best bet is to get new tyres with the same features and statistics.

Think about what kind of driving you do. If you stay on main roads and highways, than you won’t necessarily need any specific features in your car tyres except high quality.

Consider the tread life of the car tyres you’re considering. If you drive a long way in a relatively short amount of time, then it’s important to find car tyres that offer an extended tread life.


We supply most of the leading brands of car & van tyres from Dunlop, Goodyear, Pirelli, Toyo, Falken, Avon, Continental, Brigestone, Firestone & Michelin to the cheaper brands such as Nankang & Sundew, all at very competitive prices! We supply car tyres, van tyres, commercial tyres and tyres for motorsport use, as well as agricultural tyres.

With a wide stock of tyres to choose from, we are sure to have the tyre that will suit your requirements!


Our pricing means there are no hidden costs, which could leave you feeling deflated!

- Inspect wheels & tyres for wear & damage - FREE
- Check tyre tread depth for legal limit - FREE
- Adjust tyre pressures - FREE
- Set wheel bolts to correct torque setting - FREE
- Tracking check - FREE
- Tracking alteration - £15 - £20 plus VAT
- Rebalance/Align wheel & tyre - £5 per wheel plus VAT
- Puncture repair - £8 plus VAT
- Budget tyres available from just £34 plus VAT
- Mid-range tyres available from just £48 plus VAT
- Premium tyresavailable from just £54 plus VAT


Please contact us for a price for the tyre that you require.

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Tyre Size Guide
Ever wondered what the markings on the tyre sidewall actually mean?

On the side of your tyres there are markings that relate to their exact specification. Although it looks a little complicated at first, it really isn't . Basically, the sidewall markings detail all the information you need to know about the tyres so that you can purchase replacements that are safe for your particular vehicle. The markings on your tyres may very well be different to the following example, due to a number of factors; the tyre size, tyre width, tyre profile, and the speed rating.

Example: 165 / 65 R 14 T

Below we will explain what these numbers refer to.

The number 165 refers to the nominal section width of the tyre in millimetres.

The number 65 refers to the tyre profile. It is also known as the aspect ratio of the tyre and is the height if the tyre sidewall as a percentage of the width.

The letter R refers to radial construction. You do not need to worry about this marking since all tyres today are radial construction. Some tyres do not have this marking on anymore.

The number 14 refers to the tyre's size. It is the diameter of the tyre's inner rim in inches.

The letter T refers to the tyre's "Speed Rating" value. This indicates the maximum speed for the actual tyre at full load. "T" means it's rated for speeds up to 118mph (190kmh).

Other common speed ratings are:

S = 113mph
T = 118mph
H = 130mph
V = 149mph
Z = Over 150mph
W = 168mph
Y = 186mph

It is important to note that you should always replace a tyre with the same or a higher speed rating.