Find your tyres by car registration number

By Julia Freeman

The benefits of digital data gathering, storage and analysis are many and varied. While there will always be some people who are suspicious of the extent to which our data may be used by businesses and national institutions, most of us have come to embrace the convenience and efficiency it brings.


Motoring in the digital age

It's getting hard to remember the days of paper tax discs, for example, since digital records rendered them unnecessary. MOT and service information is now held online, making it much easier to keep up to date with maintenance and compliance issues.

Find Out When Your MOT Is Due

Huge amounts of data about our motoring habits, requirements and obligations are now stored centrally – and increasingly through cloud technology rather than on physical servers. This has made life considerably simpler for all of us in the motor trade, whether as manufacturers, service providers or motorists.
Years of experience tell us that one of the questions most drivers find difficult to answer is one that relates to components that are among the most important to the efficiency of their cars. We're talking about tyres, and more specifically tyre size. It's simply not something many of us can remember, if we ever knew it in the first place.

Find your tyre size with your registration

Maintaining your tyres in good condition is not only important for safety and performance: it is of course a legal obligation. When you become aware that the tread on your tyres is becoming worn or there is damage to the tyre walls, it is time to get them replaced.
Thanks to data storage, you can now plan this part of your car maintenance before you set foot in a garage. If you don't know your tyre size then our tyre professionals will happily advise, but you can find out for yourself simply by typing your car's registration number into any tyre finder. A great deal of information can be retrieved in this way and at Protyre, we offer this facility online. Just click the 'Buy Tyres' button below, follow the simple instructions and within seconds you'll not only know your tyre size, but you'll also see a range of suitable brands, their prices and the fitting time you can expect.

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Choosing the right tyres for you

Using the Protyre online facility will give a wide choice from manufacturers such as Pirelli, Falken, Sumitomo and others. We have tyres to suit every budget; whether you need just one replacement or a whole new set of tyres, we have the solution.
The Protyre network of garages is a national organisation but every one of our sites is run as a trusted local garage. Once you've done the initial research using our easy online tool, you can select the tyres you need and book an appointment with our qualified fitters. If you need any more assistance either before you bring your car in or on the day, we are able to give you all the advice and help you need.

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Book with Protyre

Why not book a service or free vehicle check online, or call us for friendly expert advice today? With same day appointments available across many of our services, you’re sure to find a date and time to suit you. Protyre is here to help ensure safe driving and peace of mind motoring for yourself, your passengers and other road users.

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By Julia Freeman
Julia is Head of Brand Marketing for Micheldever Group and loves engaging with customers and the business as a whole to deliver their automotive needs.
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