We price match on all our tyres
We stock an extensive range of tyres by established brands such as Michelin, Continental, Pirelli, Goodyear and the great value alternatives of Kumho, Matador and Nexen. Order before 11am and we can get a delivery that same afternoon.* Unlike other leading retailers, our prices include fitting and balancing, meaning you'll always get the great deal you expected.
Plus, with Arbury’s ‘Price Match Guarantee’, you’re safe in the knowledge that you won’t find a better offer anywhere else! Get fitted with the latest in tyre engineering today to experience a safer journey and reduce your fuel costs from the very first mile.
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General Tyre Information:
Arbury provide quality service, value for money, expert advice and the confidence of manufacturer-trained technicians – all of which are vital when something as important as tyres are concerned.
In recognition that the range of tyre types and brands available today can be quite bewildering, Arbury are on hand to guide you through your tyre choices making sure that you purchase the correct product at the correct price.
British law requires your vehicle to be fitted with the correct type and size of tyre for the vehicle type you are driving. There are also laws in place to govern all aspects of your tyres condition; most important of these is the minimum tread depth. The legal limit for minimum depth of the tread on your tyres is 1.6 millimetres, across the central ¾ of the tread around the complete circumference of the tyre.
Your tyres are the only point of contact your vehicle has with the road, You can appreciate why it is vitally important that you select the right tyre type for the vehicle you are driving and for the purpose it is being used. We believe that motorists should get in to a habit of checking all four tyres every two weeks for pressures and general condition; don’t forget to check the spare tyre too.
Changing Your Tyre:
Your tyres may need changing when you can notice deterioration in performance.
The fact that tyres wear gradually can make it difficult to identify the reduction in performance, so it's best to have them checked regularly and preferably by an expert. As the driver it is your responsibility to ensure that the tread on your tyres is not worn beyond the legal minimum limit of 1.6mm. To make this easier to identify, tyre manufacturers mould tread wear indicators (T.W.I) into the design of the tyres tread pattern usually at a tread level of 1.6mm. As soon as the tread is worn to the height of the tread wear indicator, the tyre has reached the legal minimum tread depth and you should replace the tyre as soon as possible. You should also be aware that there are many different reasons for tyre wear.
Your tyres don't just get worn through age and use, but through emergency braking, under-inflation or over-inflation. And if your wheels are misaligned, one edge of the tyres can wear more rapidly than the other edge. At Arbury we recommend a weekly walk around the car to check the tread, look for bulges or wear and to check tyre pressures every time you fill the tank.
New EU Regulations:
Manufacturers are now using a ‘traffic light system’ to label different aspects of their tyres.
Wet braking, noise, and rolling resistance are each rated between A and G on the new label, indicating the performance, safety and efficiency of the vehicle.
Keep an eye out for the new label and don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions. We’re happy to help find the right tyre for you.