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Find the right tyres for your car, van, or motorhome with Tyre Shopper. With a huge range of tyres from more than 20 tyre manufacturers, 250 fitting centres across the country, and a mobile tyre fitting service, we're the obvious choice for new tyres in the UK.

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We stock tyres from over 20 manufacturers including household-name brands like Michelin, Pirelli, and Dunlop. Whether you've got a trusted brand in mind that you like to buy from or you're trying out a new brand to see how they compare, choose your tyres with Tyre Shopper.

Check out our ranges from the most popular brands or see a full list of tyre manufacturers by clicking below.

 


Search by Price

Some people look for tyres that will maximise their car's performance, while other people are more concerned with the price point and value for money. Whichever box you fit into, we sell tyres that'll suit your budget perfectly.

Budget, mid-range, and premium tyres will all get you where you need to be, so browse away and choose the ones that are right for you.


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ZV7

Prices from
£45.60 to £106.00
Includes fitting, valves, balancing and casing disposal, and VAT at 20.0%

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Sport Maxx RT2

Prices from
£78.06 to £354.52
Includes fitting, valves, balancing and casing disposal, and VAT at 20.0%

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DriveGuard

Prices from
£60.53 to £82.53
Includes fitting, valves, balancing and casing disposal, and VAT at 20.0%

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Search by Vehicle

Car tyres come in lots of different varieties, suitable for different cars, requirements, and budgets. Whether you're looking for a set of high-performance premium tyres that'll maximise your car's driving abilities or just some budget ones to keep you going, we stock it all.

We also sell seasonal car tyres for winter and summer, as well as products with special features like run flat tyres, so if you've got unique requirements, we can meet them.

SUVs and 4x4s are heavier than regular cars so you need to make sure you're buying tyres that will be able to handle the increased load. Specialist SUV and 4x4 tyres are available from a wide range of manufacturers, so you won't have to search hard with Tyre Shopper. It doesn't matter whether you use your 4x4 on the roads or off them, get the right tyres by searching with us.

Van tyres should be specially chosen to suit your vehicle to make sure that they're giving you the best driving performance. From being able to carry heavier loads to driving long distances without degrading, van tyres really need to be up to the task.
Find the right tyres with Tyre Shopper and get the most from your van.


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Atrezzo Elite

Prices from
£45.10 to £79.95
Includes fitting, valves, balancing and casing disposal, and VAT at 20.0%

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ZZ5

Prices from
£67.29 to £136.66
Includes fitting, valves, balancing and casing disposal, and VAT at 20.0%

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Bridgestone Brand Logo

Turanza T005

Prices from
£54.30 to £252.00
Includes fitting, valves, balancing and casing disposal, and VAT at 20.0%

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Search by Season

Different seasons sometimes require different types of tyres, especially if you live in an area with big temperature and weather changes. Winter tyres are especially suited to driving on snow and ice, while summer tyres are best for mild to hot weather. You can even get all-season tyres that are versatile enough to handle both.

Choose your tyres by season and make sure you're prepared for the elements, no matter what they are.


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FAQs

Because car tyres aren’t an everyday purchase, you might have some questions you want answering before you buy with Tyre Shopper.

Find out the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about car tyres here.

When should I buy new tyres?

There are lots of warning signs to look out for that indicate your car tyres need replacing, from reduced tread depth below 3mm to cracks in the sidewall. When tyres are starting to degrade, you might notice that your steering is affected, your tyres make strange noises, or your car doesn’t seem to grip the road in the same way.

Check your car tyres regularly for damage or wear and you’ll know when they need replacing.

How long should tyres last?

Car tyres will last different amounts of time depending on their quality, how much you drive on them, and in what conditions. Some people might say that tyres will last a certain number of miles, but that number is entirely dependant on what tyres you have and how you drive.

Experts say that, if they haven’t degraded already after 5 years of use, car tyres should be inspected annually for damage. They should be replaced after 10 years of use as a precaution, whether you think they’re still usable or not.

What car tyres should I buy?

There are so many different types of car tyres that it’s hard to know which ones you should buy, and there’s no one answer that suits everyone. What car you drive, how often you use it, and what kind of driving you do are all factors that go into deciding what the right car tyres are for you.

Your options include budget, mid-range, and premium tyres; seasonal tyres like winter tyres and summer tyres; and specialist types like run flat tyres. Use our tyre search with your vehicle registration number to find all of the tyres that fit, and then compare them for price, average rating, or quality.

Are part worn tyres safe?

Part worn tyres are safe as long as they meet the safety standards of other car tyres, such as having enough tread depth, no cuts or bulges in the sidewall, and suitable tyre pressure.

However, because they’ve already seen use, it’s likely that part worn tyres will wear down to unsafe condition much quicker than new tyres which means they’ll need replacing sooner. Here at Tyre Shopper, we only sell new tyres so that we can guarantee quality every time. Read more about part worn tyres to see if they’re really for you.

Do tyres have to match?

The short answer is yes. It’s generally recommended that all 4 of your car tyres match but it’s absolutely essential that wheels on the same axle (ie. the front wheels and the back wheels) have the same tyres.

Differences between tyres on the same axle, whether that’s a mix of cross-ply and radial-ply, different tread depths, or uneven tyre sizes can have massive effects on handling, steering, and general safety on the road.

More car tyre resources

Get more of the essential tyre information you need in our tyre information hub.

Learn all about the minimum legal tyre tread depth, the importance of maintaining correct tyre pressures, how to read tyre size and load index signs, and more.

 

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