Cheap new tyres

By Alistair Crumley

At Protyre, our tyre professionals are standing by to help you choose the best new tyres from brands including Falken, Sumitomo and Bridgestone. These are just some of the ranges available that combine great features with an affordable price.

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But when you’re shopping for new tyres and you want to keep the cost down, what are the features you need from a budget tyre?

Check your sidewalls

Before you start thinking about what brands to buy, you need to check your tyres for compatibility. It’s critical that you fit matching tyres with the same tread pattern and ratings on all four-wheel positions. Tyre uniformity is essential for steering, control and performance.
Simply check the 6-figure code on your sidewalls and enter the information into the Protyre tyre search engine. You can then make your choice from premium, mid-range and budget tyres that are compatible with the make and model of your car. To make the choice even easier, look to replace your original tyres like for like.

Other driving considerations

Your driving style will also impact the type of new tyres you choose:

  • For a smooth and comfortable ride, choose tyres with a lower noise rating and a tread suitable for long hours in urban traffic.

  • All-terrain tyres give you the versatility to go off-road, offering increased traction on different terrains.

  • Look for lower rolling resistance when choosing your tyres and you can expect substantially better fuel efficiency.

Winter, summer or all-season?

Depending on the climate where you live, you may also want to invest in specialised winter and summer tyres:

  • Winter tyres use compounds and tyre tread patterns designed to perform better in freezing conditions. They offer better braking and improved handling on snow and ice.

  • Summer tyres can be a good all-round choice offering excellent handling and grip in dry conditions and aquaplaning resistance on wet roads.

  • All-season tyres don’t offer the same season-specific levels of performance as dedicated tyres, but can be an excellent choice when you’re looking for cheap new tyres thanks to their combination of performance and safety.

We Can Help You Choose The Right Tyre

Tyres are essential for keeping your car safe and performing at its best, but with so many options out there, it can be tough to know where to start. That's where our informative articles come in – we're here to help you navigate the world of tyres and make the best choice for your specific needs.

Whether you're considering upgrading to Premium car tyres for enhanced driving dynamics, run flat car tyres for added peace of mind, or trying to decide between summer car tyres and winter car tyres, Protyre can help. Our articles have got you covered with a wide range of tyre-related topics to help you make informed decisions.

The brand you choose matters too. We offer recommendations for trusted names such as BF Goodrich tyres, Bridgestone tyres, Continental tyres, Dunlop tyres, Falken tyres, General tyres, Goodyear tyres, GT Radial tyres , Hankook tyres, Michelin tyres, Pirelli tyres, Runway tyres, Sumitomo tyres, and Toyo tyres. But our articles don't just focus on choosing the right tyres – we also offer practical advice for maintaining them. From simple tips like checking your tread depth and keeping your tyres inflated to the proper pressure, to more advanced topics like extending tyre life through regular rotation and balancing - we've got you covered!
Dive in and discover everything you need to know to keep your car running smoothly and safely with Protyre.

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Getting the most out of your new tyres

Whichever tyres you choose, there are a few handy maintenance tips to help you get the most out of your new wheels:

  • Driving smoothly, avoiding excess speed, abrupt cornering and sharp braking can help to prolong the lifespan of your tyres.

  • Keeping your tyres correctly inflated reduces rolling resistance and increases fuel efficiency. Both under and overinflated tyres can cause increased wear, so make sure you check the pressure regularly.

  • Worn tyres are an automatic fail on the MOT, so check them with an inexpensive tyre tread gauge or the rim of an old style 20p piece. You should have a minimum tread depth of 1.6mm.

Cheap new tyres from Protyre

At Protyre, we’re your local tyre specialists and our experienced and qualified fitters will help you choose the right new tyres for your budget. Book in for a free tyre check and our expert technicians will give your wheels a complete series of checks.

Or search for your new tyres online using our dedicated search function to find the best value deals on new tyres for your make and model.

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By Alistair Crumley
Alistair has 20 years’ experience in the motor industry and has previously worked for automotive oil and tyre manufacturers. Since joining Protyre, Alistair has been both Brand Manager and Category Manager for Mid-Range tyre brands, including; Falken and Sumitomo. He has spent over 9 years working to develop and promote the Falken brand in the UK and in doing so, he has gained vast amounts of technical knowledge and expertise.
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