Which is the right tyre for your car?
Tyres are an important component of vehicle safety and you can’t cut corners when it comes to safety. As a car’s only contact with the ground, it is the tyres that put the function of the brakes into action. Choosing the right tyres can improve every aspect of your vehicle, including fuel economy, meaning there are many factors that influence and contribute to the deterioration of your tyres such as climate, road surface and driving style. Below we’ll guide you through all contributing aspects.
If you are planning to buy new tires for your car. It can be a little overwhelming. However, if you follow these steps, you are sure to find the perfect tyre for your needs. Find out the size and specification type from your car manufacturer. You can find out what type of tyre you need by looking at the sidewall of your current tyres. Another way to find out your tyre size is to look at your car manufacturer’s sign. It is usually located on the driver’s door, under the hood, or in the glove box, but its location varies by make and model. Be sure to check when the tyres should be replaced.
Your choice of tyres will depend on your needs. Each tyre has its strengths and weaknesses but with a legal minimum tread depth of 1.5 mm, you need to ensure your car’s tyres comply for legal reasons and your own safety.
Some are durable, others provide better traction, others are quiet and smooth while driving. One tyre may not be the best in every way, however, the more you put in, the better the quality and therefore your driving experience. With a wide range of quality tyres and cheap tyres, we have you covered no matter what you need.
We fit tyres as well as sell them. The assembly must be carried out in a professional workshop, which means we can carry out one convenient transaction. Due to different construction styles, tyres must have the same tread pattern and tread depth on both sides of the axle. Otherwise, there is a risk of poor brake and steering performance. It can also be dangerous to mix tires of different sizes or proportions. If you want to see which brands are the best and which are below average, talk to one of our expert staff.
Get in touch with Drury Tires today.