Buy Run Flat Car Tyres Online

Are you searching for new run flat tyres? You’re in the right place. Simply enter your vehicle registration below to find the best run flat tyres for your vehicle. If you need advice on which tyres will best suit your needs, get in touch with your local Protyre garage and our experts will be happy to help. You can then buy run flat tyres online right here.

How to buy run flat tyres online with Protyre

Here at Protyre, we want to make it quick and easy to buy run flat tyres online. That’s why you can order yours in a few simple steps, which we’ve explained below:

Step 1 – enter your car registration into the box on this page and we’ll show you the best run flat tyres for your vehicle.

Step 2 – select which Protyre garage you’d like to get your tyres fitted. We have 157 garages across the UK, so you’re sure to find one close to you.

Step 3 – choose a tyre fitting date that suits your schedule. If you need to get back on the road quickly, we may even be able to fit them the same day, depending on which run flat car tyres you choose.

What brands of run flat tyres do you stock?

We stock a wide variety of run flat tyres by leading brands, including Michelin, Continental, Bridgestone, Falken, Goodyear, and Pirelli. So, whatever your budget, you’ll find great quality tyres at great prices.

From the trusty Bridgestone Turanza T005, ideal for summer driving, to the Potenza, which maintains great control in wet weather, there’s a huge range to choose from at Protyre. The Blizzak range is great in cold conditions and is often seen on the BMW X5 and X6, as well as the Mini Cooper, Toyota Sienna, and Lexus IS. We also stock Falken run flat tyres which offer exceptional value for money and are available in an XL version, ideal for heavily laden vehicles.

No matter what your requirements, we want to make sure you choose the right run flat tyres for your vehicle make and model. Of course, the best run flat tyres for you will depend on several factors, such as the type of vehicle you own, how heavy your load will be, and the weather conditions you’ll be driving in.

To make it easier for you to choose the right tyres, we’ve included symbols next to each type that tells you whether that particular model is suited to cars, 4x4s, vans and extra loads, as well as summer or winter conditions. You’ll also be able to see whether they are classed as an economy, mid-range or premium option.

Search for your car tyres by Brand

Select a logo to view the full range of tyres for the brand, available at any Protyre Garage. You will be able to filter by tyre size or number plate to help you find the correct tyres for your vehicle.

How much do run flat tyres cost?

Most run flat tyres cost around the same amount as equivalent conventional tyres, but brands specialising in sports performance, extra load or winter conditions are often pricier in run flat variations. For typical vehicles in normal conditions, a run flat tyre’s price should be similar to an ordinary tyre.

There are reports that cheap run flat tyres provide a harder and noisier ride. This depends very much on the brand and vehicle combination. Some tyre manufacturers use a slightly softer rubber to offset noise and that can translate to a slightly quicker wear rate. But generally, cheap run flat tyres handle just as well as conventional tyres and most owners are happy driving on them.

You can find out how much run flat tyres are for your vehicle by entering your registration into the box below.

How do I know if my vehicle has run flat tyres?

The easiest way to find out if your vehicle has run flat tyres is to check your owner’s manual, as this should tell you the type of tyres your vehicle is fitted with. If you do have run flat tyres, it should also explain the tyre pressure monitoring system, which is designed to let you know if your tyres lose pressure due to a puncture.

Many brands also mark their tyres so you can visibly see that they are a run flat variation. They may simply say “run flat” on the side or have codes such as RFT for run flat tyre – but this will vary by brand. If you’d like to find out more about how to identify run flat tyres, check out our handy guide which details everything you need to know.


Can you switch between run flat and normal tyres?

Run flat tyres have strengthened sidewalls that prevent them from collapsing when punctured. This means you can continue driving, cautiously, until you reach a garage for a replacement. Of course, this makes them a highly desirable option for many car owners, but they have some disadvantages and are not recommended for all vehicles.

The best run flat tyres are so good at supporting the car you may not even notice if you get a puncture - which puts you at risk. For this reason, you should never use run flat car tyres unless your vehicle has a TPMS (tyre pressure monitoring system). If your car was factory shipped with run flat tyres, most manufacturers recommend that you continue to use them.

In our experience, most vehicles can switch to conventional tyres, but some need a few tweaks. If you’re planning to do this we can contact the manufacturer to check for you.

Why choose Protyre

Here at Protyre, you can enjoy a huge choice of high-quality tyres from leading brands such as Pirelli, Dunlop, Continental, and Bridgestone. But big brands don’t have to mean big costs – we have low run flat tyre prices across all our ranges, which include fitting as standard. That means you can enjoy great value for money when you buy run flat tyres online with us.

Not only this, but we pride ourselves on our superior service in our garages across the UK. We’re rated ‘Excellent’ by our customers on Trustpilot, so you can buy run flat car tyres with confidence from us.

Need some help? Find your local garage today or call us on 0333 060 4019.

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Not sure about the best way to look after your new tyres? Need more help when buying tyres online? At Protyre, we’ve put together a comprehensive help and advice section. You can find information to help you get the most out of your new tyres and more.


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