Tyres in Leeds
We offer free fitting on all tyres purchased at our centre in Burley, Leeds. With our wide stock covering most makes and models we can quickly and easily replace your tyres.
Book your car tyres online
Order your new tyres for fitting in our Leeds garage on Burley Road with our online booking system
We aim to keep our tyres as competitively priced as possible, providing a wide range suitable for most vehicles. As a part of this service we offer same day fitting on most tyres, and are near you if you're in Leeds city centre, Woodhouse, Kirkstall, Hyde Park, Headingley, or Armley,making the process of getting new tyres fitted as convenient as possible.
Does my car need wheel alignment?
If your wheels are out of alignment this causes additional and uneven tyre wear. Alignment can be lost fairly easily through from hitting a kerb or a pothole.
If you're experiencing handling problems whilst driving this is probably the issue, but you can check for yourself by examing the wear on the tyres. If the wear is on the inside or outside shoulders of the tyres, rather than in the middle, it indicates your wheels aren't aligned properly.
For your peace of mind, we can check your alignment and repair that for you here too – you can get a quote and book on our Servicing page.
How to look after your tyres
Keeping an eye on your car’s tyres will save you money and ensure your car is safe to drive.
Check your tyre pressures regularly and that they're in line with the recommended pressures in your manual. Tyres that are at different pressures to each other wear unevenly and need to be replaced sooner.
If your tyres are worn they could blow out or lose traction and cause a crash. They are also the only part of your vehicle in contact with the road, and all your acceleration, braking, steering and cornering depend onthem. So having good quality tyres in good condition is vital.
Safe tyre tread depth - a mimimum of 1.6 mm - is also a legal requirement. Driving on tyres deemed to be unsuitable for the road can land you with three penalty points and a fine of up to £2,500 per tyre.
Charitable tyre safety organisation TyreSafe recommends you replace your tyres before they reach the minimum legal depth so they do their job as effectively as possible to keep you and other road users safe.
How to check the tread on your tyres
Here is a quck and easy test you can conduct yourself every month with a 20p piece to assess whether you tyres have a sufficient level of tread.
Place the 20p coin into the main tread grooves of your tyre in at least three places on each tyre. If the outer band of the coin is no longer visible, then your tread is okay. If the outer band of the coin is visible, get in touch straight away as your tyres are unsafe and may even be illegal.