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How to get the most out of your new tyres





If you have just invested in a new set of tyres, it's probably not an experience you want to repeat any time soon, so how can you make sure that you get the most out of your new tyres so that buying the next new set can be safely delayed for as long a time as possible? Let's take a look.

Buy the best

Always buy the best quality tyres that you can afford. It can be tempting to think of 'saving' money by buying the cheapest tyres you can find, but this is often a false economy.

If you have just invested in a new set of tyres, it's not something you want to repeat soon, so how can you make sure you get the most out of them? Picture: iStock
If you have just invested in a new set of tyres, it's not something you want to repeat soon, so how can you make sure you get the most out of them? Picture: iStock

Premium and high-quality tyres last considerably longer than their budget counterparts, so the money 'saved' on the cheap tyres will only need to be spent when you replace your tyres sooner than you might have hoped. So buying high-quality tyres is always a good decision.

Drive sensibly

Once your new tyres are fitted to the car, properly balanced and aligned and feeling great, you might be tempted to driver in a cavalier fashion: a little faster than usual, without due care for potholes, or even by tackling roads that you certainly wouldn't dream of trying when your tyres were getting older and beginning to be prone to punctures!

Whether you are driving in Norwich, King's Lynn, London, or any other town in the UK, driving sensibly is essential.

Moreover, resist the cavalier fashion urge and treat your tyres with a modicum of respect right from the start. Not only will your tyres thank you for lasting a long time, but your whole vehicle will benefit from reduced wear and tear and lower chances of incidental damage.

In case you have incurred unforeseen damages to your tyres; it is a wise approach to timely replace your tyres.

Fife Autocentre offers an extensive range of car tyres; they have accredited professionals who can promptly assess and repair the damage and you can book with them online with no complicated steps.

Get into a good routine

Finally, get into a good routine with your tyres as soon as you can. Check them weekly or fortnightly (depending on the frequency of your commute), looking for signs of damage or excess wear.

By starting this good habit as soon as you fit the new tyres, you will be giving yourself the best chance of spotting the very earliest signs of problems – perhaps even promptly enough to fix the issue easily and inexpensively.

Tyres are not something that anyone really wants to spend a lot of time thinking about – by ensuring that you take simple and easy steps to make the most of your new tyres, you will be making sure that you don't have to do this very often!



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