If you have any questions you will probably find your answer below in our frequently asked questions, but if you can’t find what you’re looking for please contact us here.

Make sure to check your tyres at least once a month. If you are going on a long journey be sure to check beforehand. Check the air pressure and the overall tread and depth.

the Irish legal tyre tread depth mimimum is 1.6 mm. However we recommend that that you should consider replacing your tyres once your treads are down to 3mm.

We would recommend fitting all four tyres at the same time. If that is not possible then fitting two tyres at a time is sufficient.

Most cars will recommend 32 psi to 35 psi in the tyres when they’re cold. Recommended tyre pressure on newer cars is listed on a sticker inside the driver’s door. If there’s no sticker on the door, you can find the specs in the owner’s manual.

No. Your wheel alignment is a separate job that could take up to an hour, depending on your vehicle and how many adjustments need to be made by our team. It is also priced separately.

Yes. When you have a new tyre fitted here, or any time we remove a wheel, we will always balance it before refitting.

The mileage which can be achieved by a tyre will depend on many factors. The quality of tyre you choose contributes to this, as well as the maintenance of your vehicle and the type of road conditions you are driving on.

Yes. When you get a quote from us for new tyres that is what you will pay if you chose to have your tyres replaced with us. There are no hidden costs and everything you need, such as balancing, new valves, VAT and environmental levies is included.