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With branches located throughout Dublin, there’s always an Atlas Autoservice near you ! Tyres Dublin

Tyres Dublin ? Think Atlas Autoservice, we provide an extensive range of Premium, Mid Range and safe Cost Saving tyres at affordable prices.

 Tyres Dublin, We have the largest tyre stock in Dublin which means we are guaranteed to have a quality tyre to suit your budget.

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If you want the best tyres at the most competitive price, as well as good advice and a team of experts that will look after you at every stage, then Atlas Autoservice has everything you need.

Making the right choice for your car

We know that every motorist has their own unique driving style, so we recommend that when you buy a new tyre for your vehicle that you consider how it performs in the following criteria:

Tyre wet and dry grip
Wet and dry grip
Tyre handling
Handling
Tyre durability
Durability
Tyre Road Noise
Road noise
tyre performance in various weather conditions
Performance in various weather conditions

Tyre Pressure


Checking Tyre Pressure

Why you should check your tyre pressure regularly

Correct tyre pressure is vital to your safety on the road. An under-inflated tyre can affect handling and grip, potentially causing your car to drive in an unpredictable manner.

Low tyre pressure can have a negative impact on your car. Some of the effects can be longer braking distance on wet surface, weaker resistance to aquaplaning, bad handling over- and under steering, more difficult parking with your car (harder movement due to larger rolling resistance), risk of sudden tyre brake while driving, faster wear, irregular and increased wear.

Likewise, too high tyre pressure may cause worse grip, may also lower driving comfort (lower bump absorption, higher noise level inside the car), faster wear of the car suspensions elements (due to lower bump absorption), more use of the central part of the tyre tread and higher tyre damage possibility which can result from falling into a pothole or hitting the curb.

By keeping your tyres at their optimum pressure, your running costs are also reduced. Under-inflated tyres require a bigger force to make them turn, so your car uses more fuel. Additionally, tyres which are not set to their correct pressure wear out more quickly.

So, to benefit from lower fuel bills, longer tyre life, increased safety and reduced CO2 emissions, make sure you check your tyre pressures at least once a month and before a long journey.

Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems

Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) were introduced to improve road safety by letting a driver know when their car is running on incorrectly inflated tyres. However, figures from the UK’s MoT test – the equivalent of the NCT in Ireland – suggest that many drivers are choosing to ignore the warning systems, and continue to drive on dangerously under-inflated or damaged tyres.

While TPMS helps to reduce the number of tyre-related incidents, drivers should also carry out regular visual checks on their tyres on a monthly basis and before long.

If you need new tyres or aren’t sure if you do, why not drop into one of our branches around Dublin and one of our staff will check your tyres for free and advise you should you need new tyres. Or use our online quote form to get a tyre quote today

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