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We’ve got a wide range of new tyres in Crawley

At T&N we understand just how much of an inconvenience it can be when you are without your car. This is why we pride ourselves on delivering the very best service to customers in Crawley and the surrounding areas, always making sure to be efficient, reliable and affordable. New car tyres can often be costly, but we offer unbeatable prices from a number of leading tyre manufacturers. We stock a wide range of winter,  summer, all season and run flat tyres that can suit both your driving needs and budget.

When you book with us, you don’t have to worry. We’ll assess your vehicle to see which tyres are best suited, making sure that the tyre tread and pressure correspond to the requirements supplied by the manufacturer. Contact a member of the team today to find out more about how we can help.

Trust the team at T&N to install cheap new tyres on your car

Each member of the team at T&N is experienced and fully qualified to correctly install new tyres on any make or model of car. Alongside that, we’re happy to help you with wheel balancing, wheel alignment, and valve replacements to ensure that your car is in top working condition and completely fit for the road.

As an independent garage with years of experience assisting customers in Crawley and the surrounding areas, we know how important it is to tailor our skills to suit the needs of those who choose to work with us. Our dedication to customer service means we’re often the first choice for car owners in the area and we consistently strive to build our reputation as a garage that never fails to put the customer first.



Car Tyres Guide

Your tyres are some of the most important parts of your car, so if you believe you have an issue, you should never hesitate to contact a professional. Many factors make up a safe and legal tyre, with the latter being particularly important as to not incur a fine and points on your driving license. In many cases, the car you’re driving and the amount you have to spend will play a huge role in the tyres you decide to go for and choosing the wrong ones can have a detrimental effect on the overall performance of your vehicle. That’s why our knowledgeable team is always on hand to assist you with any issues or queries you have regarding tyre fitting in Crawley.

Car Tyres Faq's

There are a number of telltale signs to decide whether or not your tyres need changing. One is a noticeable difference in performance such as your car being unable to grip the road well in poor weather conditions or being slow to stop when you apply the brakes. Tyre wear can be caused by a number of reasons including emergency braking, incorrect wheel alignment, under inflation or over inflation.

You can find the correct tyre size for your car in your vehicle handbook. If this is not available, you can check the side wall of your existing tyres or at the label inside the door on the driver’s side. If your tyres display numbers such as 205/55R 16, this is the type of tyre you need for your car. The 205 is the width of the tyre in millimeters, the 55 is the ratio or profile of the tyre and the letter R lets you know what type of tyre it is. The 16 is the diameter of the wheel rim in inches.

Look at the markings on the tyre’s sidewall to check the load index. PSI stands for ‘pounds per square inch’ and is the standard measurement of pressure. Normal tyre pressure is 32 psi.

A tyre’s rolling resistance is the energy that it requires to keep it moving at a constant speed. Tyre manufacturers create tyres with a reduced rolling resistance which means that less energy is being used to keep it moving thus making it more fuel efficient.

At present, the legal limit for a minimum depth of tread on a tyre is 1.6 millimetres across the central 3/4 of the tread around the complete circumference of the tyre.

Wheel alignment is a process by which the angle of your car’s wheels is adjusted to the position that is recommended by the vehicle’s manufacturer. This ensures that the car steers in a straight line and that wear is evenly distributed across the tread of the tyres. Wheel balancing takes place when a new tyre is fitted to ensure that as the tyre and wheel spin their weight is distributed across the whole tyre.


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