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Looking for part worn tyres in Crawley? We know just how to help

Those looking for part worn tyres in Crawley need look no further than T&N, your friendly local, independent garage. Our professional team knows what it takes to deliver the best service to all customers who choose to work with us, whether you require four new wheels or two. At T&N, we always strive to provide an efficient, professional and reliable service and this is how we’ve managed to cement our reputation throughout the areas as we work as a garage that you can trust. As a car owner, the upkeep of your tyres is your responsibility. So, if you have an issue with your vehicle, don’t hesitate to get in touch with a member of the team today to see how we can help you get your car back on the road.

Make us your first choice for cheap part worn tyres

AT T&N we have part worn tyres for sale that are the perfect solution for those who require a quick fix to get their car back to working condition. When choosing us, you don’t need to worry about the legal requirements of part worn tyres as we make sure that each one undergoes thorough testing before we add them to our stock. Our skills and experience mean that we’re also able to assist you with wheel balancing, valve replacements, wheel alignments and puncture repairs. We offer all these services at a competitive price, particularly when compared to other independent garages in the area. For more information about the cheap part worn tyres that we have available, please don’t hesitate to contact us.



Part Worn Tyres Guide

Part worn tyres are tyres that are pre-used. Although this gives them less tread than a brand new set of tyres, at T&N, we’re dedicated to ensuring that all of the part worn tyres we have in stock fit the current UK legislation. This means that when you’re looking for part used tyres you can count on us. Part worn tyres should pass a series of tests to be considered both legal and fit for purpose. This includes an inflation test that will check that the tyre has the correct tread depth and that it is without any punctures. Part worn car tyres should also be labeled accordingly, which all of ours are.

Part Worn Tyres FAQ's

Your tyres should be inspected at least once a month or before any long journey. This should include checking their pressure, tread depth and overall condition for any sign of punctures. Your tyres will need replacing if they are punctured or if there is a noticeable difference in performance such as being unable to grip the road well in poor weather conditions or being slower to stop when the brakes are applied.

Yes, as long as they fit the principal requirements as outlined by the Motor Vehicle Tyres (Safety) Regulations 1994 (reg.7.) part of the Consumer Protection Act. The requirements of the tyres include:

Arguably, it is better to fit four new tyres at a time but if that is not possible, fitting two at a time is the best option to achieve proper handling and grip on each axle. A single tyre can be replaced, but this should only be as a last resort. In any case, it’s best to seek professional advice.

The correct tyre tread depth is absolutely essential to maintain good grip on wet roads. The tread pattern will help to remove water from between the tyre and the road surface and drivers with inefficient tread depth will face longer stopping distances, reduced grip and an increased risk of aquaplaning.

There are a number of factors that can cause irregular tyre wear such as the repeated scuffing of tyres on kerbs, misaligned steering, aggressive driving practices, worn suspension and under or over inflation of the tyre. To combat this, you should check them regularly for any signs of wear and replace them when necessary.

Since 1 November 2012, all tyres must display three key measurements that rate the fuel efficiency of the tyre, its wet braking performance and its exterior noise emission characteristics. These help to explain to motorists how tyres perform in these areas and allow them to make an informed decision about how safe and environmentally friendly their driving is.

The tyre’s sidewall markings provide information about the tyre. Some of the most important markings for UK drivers include the tyre’s size and type, aspect ratios load and speed indices.


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