Car Help & Advice

Thank you for visiting the Protyre car help and advice section. Protyre are your local tyre experts, we have put this section of our website together to collate a range of useful information to help you with day to day maintenance of your vehicle and to spot potential issues before they become serious. Please take a few moments to have a look at some items which might save you money and if there are any sections which you would like to see why not contact us and our trained experts may be able to help or provide free and impartial advice.  We have the latest tricks and tips on vehicle maintenance, looking after your tyres, which tyres are best for your vehicle and a number of how to guides all providing the best advice for your motoring needs. 

 

Vehicle Maintenance

Tyres may not be the first thing you consider when it comes to vehicle safety, but tyres are your vehicle’s only link with the road. In fact, your safety (and that of your passengers) actually relies on an area of contact between the tyre and the road surface, which is no bigger than the palm of your hand.
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Tyre Care

Tyres may not be the first thing you consider when it comes to vehicle safety, but tyres are your vehicle’s only link with the road. In fact, your safety (and that of your passengers) actually relies on an area of contact between the tyre and the road surface, which is no bigger than the palm of your hand.
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How To

Tyres may not be the first thing you consider when it comes to vehicle safety, but tyres are your vehicle’s only link with the road. In fact, your safety (and that of your passengers) actually relies on an area of contact between the tyre and the road surface, which is no bigger than the palm of your hand.
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Tyres for your car

Tyres may not be the first thing you consider when it comes to vehicle safety, but tyres are your vehicle’s only link with the road. In fact, your safety (and that of your passengers) actually relies on an area of contact between the tyre and the road surface, which is no bigger than the palm of your hand.
Find out more