The number one reason for keeping your tyres in good condition is safety.
The number one reason for keeping your tyres in good condition is safety. A burst tyre could spell disaster if you’re driving at speed, so it’s vital that you get them checked regularly to keep yourself, your passengers and other road users safe.
Keeping your tyres in good condition can also save you money, as they’ll ensure your car consumes fuel efficiently.
Remember, law requires car tyres to have a minimum tread depth of 1.6 mm. Not sure where to start? Use our handy guide to measuring tyre tread
Our Free Tyre Check includes a thorough visual inspection of tread depth and wear by our trained technicians. We’ll also check tyre pressure and look for damage to side walls.
Please allow an hour for the full tyre inspection.
There are three main causes of tyre problems – overloading, driving at speed and incorrect tyre pressure. Follow your car manufacturer’s loading recommendations, watch your speed and get your tyre pressure checked to make sure your tyres keep rolling for months to come.
Find out more about tyre care.