Tyres, Wheels, Brakes and Suspension

New Tyres

We stock tyres from all the major manufacturers. We have a range of Budget Tyres, Premium Tyres and Performance Tyres to suit all budgets and vehicle mileage.

Part Worn Tyres

Part worn tyres from only € 30 or try our new "Auplus" Range of budget tyres manufactured by Hankook.

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When should I change my tyres?

To ensure maximum tire life and safety, give your tires a visual inspection at least once a month and before long trips. This is easily done at the same time you check pressures.

Things to look for...

  • Excessive or uneven tread wear, which may indicate improper inflation or steering and suspension misalignment;
  • Cracks or bulges on the sidewalls or tread;
  • Chunking of the tread or any indication of tread separation from the carcass;
  • Signs of puncture, or nails, screws, glass, pieces of stone or any foreign object imbedded in the tire.

If you detect any of these conditions, take the vehicle in for further diagnosis immediately. In most cases, punctures can be repaired if their size is not excessive. In general, external "plugs" are not recommended. Repairs should be made from the inside, and a complete inspection made while the tire is off the rim. Sealing compounds and other emergency aids should be treated only as a means of moving the vehicle to a safe location for repair.

Tyres should be replaced if...

  • Any portion of the tread is worn to the "wear indicator bars"—lateral bars molded into the tire grooves at about 20 percent of their new tread depth—or to a depth, as measured in a groove, of 1/16th inch or less.
  • Tread wear is severely uneven (in which case have the wheel alignment checked) or the center is worn much more than the edges (be more vigilant about tire pressures).
  • The tire sidewalls are severely cracked or there are bulges anywhere on the tire.
  • There is any indication of tread separation from the tire carcass.
  • The tire has been punctured and cannot be satisfactorily repaired.