Winter Tyres What Are The Benefits?
Whilst they are debates both for and against Winter tyres we believe these are some of the benefits.
As the winter weather is now present it is certainly the time to change over to winter tyres. In the past couple of weeks, we have already seen signs of snow in certain parts of the North East.
After one of the hottest summers on record, the difference in temperature over the past few weeks is certainly more noticeable. Making sure your car is ready for the winter weather is a crucial factor to keep you and your vehicle safe on the road.
Stopping distances are a vital factor for vehicle safety. Many different factors can influence this including the weather, temperatures and your vehicles tyres play a vital part in influencing the actual time and distance it takes to stop safely.
The importance of tyre checks as the end of the school holidays are fast approaching. As the return of the daily school run fast approaches it is important that your vehicle is safe as the new terms start. Your tyres are the part of your vehicle which is in contact with the road, ensuring that your tyres are in good condition is essential.
Although not that common tyre blowouts do occur. When a tyre fails while you are travelling on the road it can certainly be a daunting experience and potentially dangerous. They are ways in which you can reduce the likelihood of it happening in the first place, it is still good to be prepared in case it does happen. Firstly it is important to remain calm, which is often easier said than done.
At our tyre fitting centre Durham, we stock a wide selection of tyres from budget to quality brands. In addition, we stock a wide selection of part worn tyres all of which are sourced from Germany by our own people, ensuring the best quality.
After the recent snow, we have had people have been asking the difference between all season tyres and summer and winter ones. Therefore we thought we would give consumers a guide to the difference.
Many vehicle owners in the UK are not aware that they are three different tyre options, suited to the different times of the year.
Avoiding sidewall damage to your tyres Many people end up damaging the sidewall of their tyres which can end up with dangerous bulging or nicks in the side of the rubber. Essentially, the sidewalls are the part of the actual tyre which withstands the pressure and helps keep your car stable. When a nick, tear…
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