Tyre Care, Selection & Fulfillment

When fitting replacement tyres ensure they are of the same size, load index and speed symbol as recommended by the vehicle manufacturer.


Where tyres are not fitted in complete sets of four, we advise that tyre types are not mixed across an axle. Consult your tyre dealer for fitment details for your car, especially if you are in any doubt.

Alterntaively check with an expert next time your car is in for MOT or Service. To book your vehicle in today, select an option below.

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