If you have concerns about your front brakes, book a free brake check.
Brakes are an essential safety aspect of your vehicle and so it's important to make sure that they offer optimal performance at all times.
Our friendly, expert technicians will check all aspects of your braking system to identify any issues and help you stay safe on the road.
Book your Free Tyre Health Check today to help your tyres last longer
Tyres are the only part of your vehicle which are in direct contact with the road so it's imporant to know that they are in great condition and will keep you and your loved ones safe on your journey.
Our FREE tyre health check will allow us to identify any potential issues or give them a clean bill of health so that you can get on with your day.
Tracking or wheel alignment is an adjustment of the angle of your wheels to the optimum position as recommended by the vehicle manufacturer. This will lead to even tyre wear and the best possible performance.
However, please be aware that simply driving over a pothole or touching a kerb can cause the alignment to be incorrect, so it is worth having it checked on a regular basis.
Book Your Free Wheel Alignment Check today
Tyre rotation is the process of changing the position of the tyres on your vehicle.
Periodically switching where they are means they’ll wear evenly and be less likely to require changing one at a time. Also, by allowing yourself the opportunity to thoroughly check the tyres, you’re far less likely to accidentally use them when the tread depth wears below the legal minimum of 1.6mm.
Yes, it is absolutely possible to carry out a tyre puncture repair on cars, 4x4s and light vans, but this doesn’t mean that every punctured tyre can be repaired.
What looks like an easy fix on the surface may actually turn out to be a more serious problem, in which case a tyre should be replaced.
Please note that we follow manufacturer guidance for runflat tyres and do not carry out puncture repairs on these tyres.
Balancing a wheel ensures that the weight is distributed evenly around the wheel and thereby making sure the tyre rotates evenly. The process involves adding small weights to the rim of the wheel which counters any inconsistencies in the rim. For example if one side of the wheel is heavier than the other, the balance would need to be evened up by adding the small weights to the other side of the wheel.
Each tyre has a tyre valve stem and this holds the tyre pressure inside the tyre and is also where you use to adjust your tyre pressure, both inflation and deflation too.
This is why it’s important to ensure that your tyre valves are in good condition and why we replace your tyres standard valve with a new one whenever we replace a tyre.