The make and model, as well as how you use your car are all important to selecting the right tyre. The tyres you choose may be different if you only drive to the school and the shops then if you regularly take long journeys down the country.
There may be several tyre options available to suit your car. Our tyre experts can talk you through the features and benefits of each tyre to make sure you have the information you need to make the right choice of tyres for your needs.
The tyres that come with your car (also known as OE – original equipment tyres) are selected because they’re well suited to your car, but that doesn’t mean they’re necessarily the best ones for your driving needs.
Know Your Price
Tyres are one of the most important parts of your car, so it’s important not to scrimp on them. At the same time, you don’t want to end up with more tyre than you need. For a quote or further advice please click here (link)
How to spot a second rate tyre?
When buying tyres a good rule of thumb is to go with the brands you know.There’s always a temptation to save a few quid and buy budget tyres when you are faced with spending a small fortune on new tyres. But before you do think of the risks you’re taking.
Our tyres perform a number of vital functions on our cars. They allow us to accelerate, steer and brake safely, and they allow us to do it on all road surfaces in all weather conditions.Buying tyres from an unknown brand is potentially compromising some, or all of those functions. Plus buying poor quality tyres is potentially putting your safety and the safety of your passengers at risk.
Why not call into your local Atlas Autoservice branch and we will be happy to provide a free no obligation inspection and quotation.