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Where can I get car tyres fitted?

One of the most important aspects of your car is its tyres and making sure they are fitted correctly can mean a lot of difference towards safety and performance. If you fit your car with irregular tyres that aren’t fixed in place, then you are putting yourself at risk because it can be the cause of a lot of road accidents which can result in a serious injury or even death. As well as this, your performance will be affected as it will become difficult to corner and break, while your fuel consumption will be even greater as your car will have to work harder.  

Which tyres are suitable for my car?

When it comes to purchasing a new set of tyres for your car it is important that you consider all the options before choosing a set, because although you may not realise it, they are actually the most important aspect in terms of safety and performance. If you are unsure about which tyres will be best suited to you, then here are a few important tips to help you decide:

·         Driving Routine – everything you do when driving defines your typical routine, so if you are the type of driver who travels long distances and is used to driving at high-speeds on motorways, then you should look for a tyre that can withstand the strains of a such a journey.


·         Tyre Size – depending on what type of vehicle you drive, the size of your tyre can play a huge role in determining the handling of your car, because even the slightest miscalculation can cause you to have poor handling and even restrict your performance. That’s why it is important to know the size of your tyres so you can be safe in the knowledge that you are getting the most out of your car.


·         Tyre Speed – tyre speed ratings are useful to drivers, especially to those who often use the motorways, as it can give you an indication of how much friction they can withstand due to the increased speeds. So if you constantly drive at speeds above 70 miles per hour, it is useful to ensure you have a tyre with a high speed rating.


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