On dry roads or mild weather, your tyres have to face some increased demands and must always meet safety standards. Compared to winter tyres, the rubber mixture of the summer tyres is harder, even in high temperatures. Default rolling resistance and wear are smaller, resulting in a greater lifespan, comfort and increased stability. Choose now from our offer your summer tyres at an affordable price. Our portfolio includes a wide range of tyre brands
Winter tyres - for a save driving on snow and ice.
The "M + S" (or M & S, MS) marking can currently be found on winter and all season tyres. Besides this marking, a snowflake symbol can be found on some models. The M + S tyres that have the snowflake symbol meet the higher quality standards.
Since 2011, winter tyres are mandatory in Ireland. Having a special blend of rubber that resists to low temperatures, these tyres are more adapted to winter conditions than the summer tyres. Therefore, the car will have a good grip even dealing with low temperatures. The optimised profile reduces the risk of hydroplaning and provides a good grip in snowy and icy conditions.
The larger grooves and the additional blades improve stability when switching from snow to wet and to dry road conditions.
We have winter tyres suitable for your car. Choose your favorite brand and place an order online in order to take advantage of our competitive prices!
All season tyres - suitable for all weather conditions
All-season tyres are the perfect combination between summer and winter tyres. All-season tyres impress by their good driving qualities regardless the weather conditions and the road. The specially developed profile of all-season tyres ensures a comfortable drive throughout the whole year. All-season tyres were specifically designed for all weather conditions thus eliminating the need to change the tyres depending on the season. Discover the new alternative to summer and winter tyres: the all-season tyres. We have a wide offer from leading manufacturers at top prices! The all-season tyres designed for winter conditions need to have the "M + S" marking (or M & S, MS). Some models may also have the snowflake symbol. M + S tyres with snowflake symbol meet the higher quality standards.
What tyre size do you require? The exact size of a tyre can be found on its sidewall. The following chart shows you how to read a tyre size.
1. The width in mm 2. The height as the ratio between the width and the height in % 3. Construction type: "R"= radial (often seen), "D" or "-"= diagonal (rarely seen) 4. The required rim diameter (in inches) for this tyre 5. Load index 6. Speed index
What is the maximum permitted speed?
The speed index shows the maximum speed for which a tyre is intended. Up to this index, the tyre manufacturer guarantees normal operation when the correct tyre pressure is used. In the handbook of the car, you can see the maximum approved speed for that vehicle based on which the tyre speed index is determined. The speed index is the last property marking on a tyre's sidewall.