3 Procedures When Getting New Tyres Fitted To Your Vehicle.
In order to stay safe on British roads, you need to make sure that your car is in tip top condition and if it is over 3 years old, that it can pass its annual MOT test. One of the most important elements of keeping your car on the road safely is to make sure that your tyres are in great condition. The measure of this is the thread depth and that there are no cracks on the side wall of the tyre. If your tyres have issues with any of these two things, then you need to get it into your local tyre dealer today.
As well as selling you your new tyres, you can also get car tyre fitting in Bicester and they will provide the full service that comes with the purchase of any tyre. The following is what they provide for you.
- After establishing that you do in fact require new tyres, they will remove the wheel of your car and then the tyre from the rim itself. They will use a manual jack or a hydraulic lift to lift up the car.
- You are then provided with a choice of tyres to choose from depending on your driving conditions and what you expect from your tyre. A new valve will be fitted as a matter of routine.
- The tyre is inflated with the appropriate amount of air and then the wheels go through the balancing stage and once this is completed, they are put back onto the car.
It is all a very straightforward routine and you should be in and out in less than an hour. You are then much safer to drive on the road.