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Best Buy Tyres provide an extensive range of branded tyres to suit all types of vehicles, from budget tyres to premium performance tyres; you'll find what you're looking for. Buying tyres online couldn't be simpler with Best Buy Tyres’ tyre search functionality which allows you to buy tyres online, find tyre prices and book a tyre fitting appointment at a time to suit you. All of our tyre prices include expert fitting and VAT along with valve, balance and old tyre disposal so; search our extensive range to find the right tyres to suit your vehicle.

Why buy your tyres online from Best Buy Tyres?

Finding your tyre size

Finding your tyre size is a relatively easy process, once you know how! Just use our simple guide below and enter the results into our website to get some of the cheapest tyres on the internet!

Tyre size information can be found on the sidewall of your tyre, as seen in the image below:

Finding your tyre size

This code is made up of the following 4 key tyre features:

Width - The width of the tyre in millimetres.

Profile - Sidewall height a percentage of the tyre width.

Rim Size - The diameter of the tyres inner rim in inches.

Speed Rating - The maximum recommended speed for the tyre at full load.

Useful car and tyre information

Some vehicles as standard require different size front tyres to the rear. When buying tyres online, make sure you check each of the tyres you wish to replace individually to ensure compatibility.

By law, a tyre must meet a number of legal requirements to be classed as roadworthy. Minimum tyre tread is the one most people are aware of - but it is important to understand there are other factors that may result in the tyre being classed as illegal. Tyre damage, incompatible tyres, fitting irregularity or lumps may also affect this.

Failure to meet any of these legal requirements may result in the tyre being deemed illegal, and carry 3 penalty points and a £2,500 fine for each tyre.

Looking after your tyres

Check your tyres on a regular basis. Check the tread and inspect all areas of the tyre for any damage you may not have been aware of. Monitoring your tyre pressure and wheel alignment can also help increase the life of your tyre.

Tyres subjected to hard acceleration and breaking and excessive load will naturally wear faster and need to be checked more regularly.

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