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While UK law states you need more than 1.6mm of tread, many safety organisations suggest that you replace any tyres with less than 3mm of tread.
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While our partners offer a range of tyres at a range of prices, we would always suggest that you go for the highest specification you can afford.
The tread pattern on a tyre is one of the most important factors when driving in the wet. Formula 1 drivers go fastest on their slick tyres which have no pattern at all which maximises the amount of contact. Their wet tyres have significant tread.
Manufacturers recommend that you fit winter tyres when the temperature drops below 7 degrees.
The way you drive can impact on how swiftly your tyres degrade. Braking too hard, or pushing the car too aggressively around corners are the biggest factors for driving in
While run-flat tyres can be very useful in an emergency, you should either have all tyres as run flats or none at all. A combination should be avoided.
UK law states that tyres should on cars, light vans and light trailers must have a tread depth of at least 1.6 mm across the central three-quarters of the breadth of the tread and around the entire circumference.
All-weather tyres are a good compromise as long as the weather does not drop below minus five - which it rarely does in most of the UK.
Our suppliers can assist with all makes of car including tyres for Citroen, tyres for Mazda, tyres for Mercedes and tyres for Rover cars in UK.