Big stock of New and Part-worn tyres

We have a big selection of both new and part-worn tyres in stock for most customers. But If we don’t have exactly what you need we’ll get them in – usually the same or next day .

Call now on 01293 769776, or just drop in. We’ll be glad to look after you.

Start saving on your tyres now! We’re open 9.00am to 6.00pm weekdays, and 9.00am to 12.00am Saturdays.

Professional fitting & Supertracker

Our Supertracker 4 wheel alignment equipment can ensure that your car is set up exactly as it should be according to the manufacturers settings.

We can track 4WD Rear Wheel drive and Front wheel drive with high precision, ensuring even tyre wear, improved handling and a better driving experience, tracking starts from £25 pounds for front wheel alignment

Top quality tyres ready to go

In addition to our big stock of new tyres, we source our part worn tyres from a number of trusted vehicle recyclers.

Many come from our contacts in Germany, where strict laws on winter tyres result in high quality all-purpose tyres entering the recycling market.

We also use British suppliers who recycle tyres from damaged vehicles, which frequently have 2 or more nearly new tyres. All our tyres are sold only after being thoroughly checked for age and condition, and fully tested.

Not sure what you need? Understand tyre ratings

All tyres now carry an EU rating system which describes their performance in terms of fuel efficiency, stopping distance in the wet, and noise.

The table below explains it. We’re happy to explain what the numbers mean and help you decide what are the best tyres for your car.

Tyre speed ratings

The tyre speed rating will be the final letter, found after the wheel size details. For example, if your tyre reads 255/55 R 16 91V, then your tyre speed rating is ‘V’.

Speed ratingMax speed (MPH)Max speed (KPH)

Tyre size numbers

Your tyres are measured by WIDTH / PROFILE / RIM / and SPEED RATING.

Tread depth

The tread on your tyres grips the road and helps you stop in the shortest possible distance. Braking distance increases as tyre tread wears out so it’s important that you check them weekly or before a long journey to ensure you still have adequate tread on your tyres.

It’s recommended that tyres are replaced when the tread depth reaches 3mm in order to maintain optimum braking performance. The legal limit for minimum tread depth in the UK is 1.6mm across the central three quarters of the tyre around the full circumference. Failing to replace your tyres before they reach this minimum limit could lead to a fine and penalty points on your licence.

This tyre has insufficient tread and is illegal, and unsafe