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Not only that our prices are strikingly low, but we are also giving you a wide range of vehicle-specific tyres to choose from, ranging everywhere from car tyres, motorcycle tyres, van tyres, truck tyres to tyres for agricultural vehicles, diagonal trailer tyres, and industrial tyres. Whether you want to buy tyres from a budget, or a medium range, or you want to buy a premium tyre brand, we got you covered with excellent tyre prices. Michelin Pilot Sport 4 seems to be a hot topic these days, when it comes to specific tyre models. Since we’re a web store, you are free to make orders 7-days-a-week 24 hours a day. That is why buying tyres in the UK is easy when done with us.
There are many factors that you have to keep in mind in order to find the right tyre. Some of those factors include:
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There are basically two schools of thought. The law says to change them once the tyre tread is 1.6 mm deep and that’s a bare minimum. Breaking distances will significantly increase at this tread depth, so maybe you should get a second opinion. Experts are suggesting a tyre change already at 3 or 4 mm. In case of a tyre damage, we recommend changing the tyres regardless of their tread depth. To perform this check on your own, you can use a 20 pence coin. Place it in the main tyre tread groove and check if you can see the coin’s outer band. Should that be the case, tyre replacement should be the next thing on your mind.
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