We have a great variety of new tyres available ranging from budget to premium branded tyres. If we do not have them in stock we are able to order them for same day or next day delivery depending on what time orders are placed.
PART WORN TYRES
Fitting your vehicle with part worn tyres will inevitably require more frequent refits but can considerably reduce the cost of ensuring your vehicle remains safe and road legal. All our part worn tyres are tested on rims, fully inflated, prior to offering them for sale to our customers. The minimum legal tread depth for any tyre fitted is 2mm. However all our part worn tyres will be fitted with a minimum of 4mm tread but can often exceed 6mm providing an excellent value for money option. Please contact us for further information and a quote.
PUNCTURE REPAIR SPECIALISTS
Should you be unfortunate enough to develop a flat tyre from a puncture caused by a nail or similar sharp object, in many cases the tyre can be repaired. Our trained staff will assess your tyre and only offer a repair if they feel the tyre safety would not be compromised. Punctures to the flat road contacting surface of the tyre are more likely to be repairable than punctures in other areas. However being an NTDA Approved Repairer we are able to repair tyres where other dealers will say "it can't be done". Speak to our staff for further information.
We can fit a variety of tyres whether that’s ourselves or you supplying them. We mainly fit cars, vans, suv’s and 4x4's. However, if you require us to fit a tyre for any other vehicle give us a call and we will be more than happy to discuss and see what we can do.
Properly balanced tyres are important for driving comfort and long tyre life. Unbalanced tyres can cause vibration, resulting in driver fatigue, premature tyre wear and unnecessary wear to your vehicle's suspension. Tyres should be balanced when they are mounted on wheels for the first time or when they are remounted after repair. Tyres should be rebalanced at the first sign of vibration or "shimmy." Vibration may also be due to misalignment or mechanical problems. Speak to any of our trained professionals about tyre balancing and we will be happy to assist as required.
TYRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM REPAIRS
A TPMS valve, like any other valve, will wear out and degrade with time. This could be due to the rubber beginning to deteriorate or the metal valves corroding. This will compromise the valve's functioning, and you may lose air from your tyres as a result.
It is recommended that whenever your tyres are changed on wheels that are fitted with TPMS that the components are repaired or serviced, which will prolong the life of the valve.
Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems have a specific tyre pressure sensor in each tyre. This communicates with the vehicle's on-board computer. The sensors constantly monitor the tyres for pressure abnormalities, and if a significant loss of pressure is detected, the driver is notified via a dashboard warning light, allowing them to take appropriate action.
Did you know… If your TPMS sensor is faulty and your tyre pressure light is showing, it can result in an MOT test failure.
LOCKING WHEEL NUT REMOVAL
The locking wheel nut keys are designed to prevent theft of your vehicle's alloy wheels. Due to the high demand for alloy wheels when they initially became fashionable, alloy wheel theft was a widespread problem. Nowadays, most automobiles come equipped with alloy wheels as standard, making theft less of an issue; nonetheless, vehicle manufacturers do defend against it by including locking nuts on majority of vehicles
Many customers who have lost the wheel lock nut, choose to for it to be removed by our technicians and replaced with a universal wheel lock nut kit. These kits can still hold your alloy wheels, but they are designed to fit a variety of vehicles to avoid you having to buy them from the vehicle manufacturer. This option is usually cheaper than replacing the key.
We use special tool to remove the lock wheel nuts without the original key. This method is successful on most vehicles, but success depends on factors such as wheel design and whether the wheel nuts have been overtightened prior to removal. However, in most cases, we can safely remove the wheel nuts.