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What Tyre Makes Are Available

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Admiral Advance   Airtite Alliance      Amine    Apollo Armour            Armstrong   Arrowspeed Au ...
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What are run-flat tyres?

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Run-flats are an increasingly popular type of tyre. If you have a puncture on your journey or if the tyre deflates, a run-flat still supports the vehicle weight, so you can travel about another 50 mil ...
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What should I do if I notice a vibration?

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This is an indication that your car has a problem needing attention. If you ignore it, it may lead to excessive or uneven tyre wear, and potentially damage to the suspension and steering systems. Ge ...
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What is the best way to take care of my car tyres?

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Make sure you keep your tyres at the right pressure as this helps them last longer. Check the pressure (when tyres are cold) every fortnight and before long journeys. Correct pressure can be found i ...
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Are there any benefits to using nitrogen instead of air to fill tyres?

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 One claimed benefit is that nitrogen-filled tyres maintain a more consistent tyre pressure. This helps with wear, comfort, rolling resistance (hence fuel economy) and noise reduction, and lessen ...
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Should I fit new car tyres on the rear axle?

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Yes, this is the best advice. The ideal is for all tyres to be replaced at once, but because the front and rear tyres wear at different rates, it is rarely practical. So whenever you make any change ...
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How can I tell how old my car tyres are?

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The week and year of manufacture of the tyre is always marked on the sidewall. A car tyre marked 2505 was manufactured in week 25 of 2005. Manufacturers usually also mark tyres to show which factory t ...
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What should I think about when buying car tyres?

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Check your tyres’ size and specification details in your owner’s handbook. Depending on the type of tyres you need, refer to our results for the best car tyres in that size and find your ...
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When do I need to replace my car tyres?

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By law tyres must have a tread depth of at least 1.6mm across the centre You should change them when the tread is below about 2mm, when you notice damage, or when you suffer a flat that cannot b ...
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How can I find out the correct pressure for my tyres?

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The car manufacturers handbook does contain this information and at many tyre retailers they will have a pressure chart to consult. Failing that contact with the tyre manufacturer will provide the i ...
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