94 Haycroft Avenue
Why am I told I need a new tyre when I just have a puncture?
Depending on whereabouts on the tyre the puncture is depends on whether it can be legally and safely repaired or not. Punctures can only be repaired if they are on the middle third of the tread width (i.e. away from the sidewall). Some punctures are also too big to be repaired safely.
Here are some of the most frequent questions we get asked. If none of these questions answer yours, then please do get in touch, and we will be more than happy to assist you.
You have quoted me a price for my tyres. Are there any hidden extras?
NO. In a nutshell, the price we quote is the price you will pay. The price is fully inclusive of fitting, balance, new tubeless valve, disposal of your old tyres and VAT. We don't add
on any extras once your car is jacked up!
I don't have much money to spend on my tyres. What's my best option?
Unless you can get good part worn tyres, the most economical and safe bet is to buy 'budget' tyres, which are quality imports. They offer good wear and reliability. You may be surprised how little difference in cost there can be between buying part-worn and new tyres.
Can I buy my own tyres elsewhere and you fit them?
Yes, we do offer a fitting service from £18 per tyre for fitting your own tyres.
I don't know my tyre size.Can you tell me?
Yes, we can check your car's tyre size via the database. However, this is not guaranteed to be accurate, so if you don't know your tyre size, look at our size checking guide, or pop along and see us.
Why do my tyres keep going down?
There can be several reasons. The main ones:
Poor wheel rim condition or dirty rims, which are not letting the tyres seal properly.
Come along and we'll have a look.