Still very much underestimated by many motorists, tyres are in many ways a very crucial component of a vehicle.
It is very important to buy the right car tyres in the first place. They have to be the right size and they have to have the profile matching their purpose. There are so many different varieties of Car tyre brands available so there is a tyre for every purpose and every budget. Whether you are looking for Top Brand Car tyres or you would rather go for Cheap car tyres, we at Saving on Tyres can surely help.
But before we tell you more about tyre brands, let us tell you a bit more about tyres in general:
Once you have decided which sort of tyres you want for your vehicle, (we will tell you about the different options a bit later), you have to make sure to get them fitted by a good and experienced technician and with the right technology. Lots of customers come to us from other garages where their new tyres or expensive alloy wheels have been damaged, wheel nuts have been broken, Runflat tyres have been handled incorrectly, the tyres were not balanced correctly, no tracking/wheel alignment has been carried out so the car is pulling to the side while driving and many, many more stories like these...
The car tyres price is irrelevant if they are not handled and fitted correctly.
We at Saving on Tyres Ltd. do not only have access to hundreds of car tyre brands, we also know exactly how to fit them and how to maintain them so our customers get the maximum out of their purchase. Our skilled experts only use the latest technology.
If you are unable to come to us, you can still order car tyres online from us at exceptionally good prices to get them fitted at a garage of your choice.
After you have had the tyres fitted properly, maintenance is very important. Unfortunately many vehicle owners still over-look this part.
Everybody knows, regular checkups and vehicle services are important to make sure the motor and other essential parts of a car stays intact, like engine oil, oil filter, air filter etc. need replacing from time to time. The exhaust needs to be checked and many other things. The yearly MOT test has to be taken into consideration as well.
But hardly anybody thinks about the tyres until they are "really bad"...
Tyres are one of the most important safety factors of a vehicle so they should not be neglected but be checked regularly to make sure the tread is road legal and still has enough road grip. Check the tyres regularly to make sure there are no cuts, or sidewall bulges etc. And also test the tyre pressure regularly. You can either do this yourself at almost every petrol station or simply go to your trusted garage. If you are not sure how much pressure your tyres need, have a look at the driver side inner door frame. Most cars have a small metal plate with the correct information fitted there- otherwise, please look in your vehicle hand book. There it normally reads two different figures for tyre pressure - one for regular use and one for "full loads" (for example if you carry a heavier than normal load, then you have to adjust the tyre pressure accordingly).
Under-inflated tyres are dangerous as you could easily loose control over the vehicle while driving, the braking distance increases, not to forget the increased risk of skidding. Apart from these safety issues, your vehicle's rolling resistance will increase which results in higher fuel consumption. For the same reasons you should get your vehicle's alignment checked from time to time - especially after you had new tyres fitted.
Let us tell you about the tyre classification now:
Different seasons and weather conditions need different types of tyres;
• Summer Tyres
• Winter Tyres
• All-weather tyres (also called All season tyres)
Summer Tyres During warmer weather periods at temperatures above 7° Celsius, summer tyres are recommended as only they can guarantee the optimal grip levels and driving stability in curves on wet and dry roads through to their specially designed tread patterns- and compounds.
Winter TyresOnce the days get colder and the temperatures drop down to minus 7 °Celsius, you should consider to get winter tyres fitted to your vehicle. With the roads getting colder and more wet, icy and slippery, winter tyres definitely offer a much better grip than summer tires.
All weather tyres - or All season tyres-are quite popular with motorists living in so called "areas of moderate conditions". If you live in an area where there is neither a long hot summer nor a very cold, snowy, long winter, then these tyres might be a good choice for you.
We at Saving on Tyres ltd. are able to offer you hundreds of different tyre brands and models in whatever season you require - and for any budget. From Top brand tyres over good quality mid-range tyres to cheap car tyres, we have a tyre for everybody. Use our easy to use search engine on our wbsite. Just type in your vehicle reg. number and/or your require tyre size and you will get a full list of what we can offer. Just choose whether you want to buy your car tyres online for postage to your home or opt for fitting in our shop in Leicester.
Below we just want to give you a brief idea of what we have to offer. If you can't see the brand you are looking for, please use the search option or simply give us a call. We will be happy to assist you to find the right tyres for your vehicle.
These are the most popular and best selling summer tyres in the UK (according to Auto Bild Magazine)we have available at savingontyres.co.uk:
Amongst the pool of many brands that offer a plethora of tyre varieties, here are some of the renowned names in the industry known for their exceptional summer tyres manufacturing and who bagged the top 10 slot in the Auto Build Summer Tyre test 2016:
• Pirelli Tyres
Here is a short list of the most popular winter tyre brands:
We have got all the popular winter tyre brands available with us and here is the list of top-rated winter tyre brands that you can buy tyres on our website:
• Nokian Tyres
• Continental Tyres
• Dunlop Tyres
• Yokohama Tyres
And these are the best selling all weather/all season car tyres
• Michelin Tyres
• Continental Tyres
• Cooper Tyres
Please remember, these brand names are only a small fraction of all the brands we have to offer. If you have any queries or need help with choosing the right tyres for your vehicle, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our friendly Saving on tyres team will be happy to help.