How Much Do Replacement Tyres Cost?
Starting at just £37.95 including balance and fitting, prices are depending on individual models and vehicle specification. To find out what tyres you require simply check the sides of each of your current tyres and/or provide your registration number by completing the online form below and a member of staff will be in contact with your quotation.
|Size||Model||Budget From||Mid-Range From||Premium From|
|175/65 R14 82H||Fiesta||£36.95||£50.95||£67.95|
|195/50 R15 82V||Ka, Fiesta, Fiesta Van||£41.95||£49.95||£57.95|
|205/55 R16 91V||Mondeo, Focus, C-Max||£42.95||£55.95||£61.95|
Do Lookers Fit New Tyres?
Lookers fit tyres to all make and models of vehicle using main dealer trained and qualified technicians - all prices quoted include balance and fitting.
Why Should I Check My Tyres?
The legal minimum for tread on tyres is 1.6mm* in depth, but it is recommended that tyres are changed when they reach a tread depth of 3mm. It is estimated that 10% of all road users drive with at least one illegal tyre. If your current tyres fall below this then you are driving your car illegally and are at risk of prosecution. To check your current tread use the wear indicator across each tyre or call into your local Lookers Motor Group site for your tyres to be checked for you.
Tyre Tread Depth
Maximum Tyre Tread: 8mm // Minimum Legal Limit: 1.6mm* // Recommended Minimum Tread: 3mm
* Centre 75% of the breadth and around entire circumference.
|Tyre Tred Depth||Wear %|
|8mm||Tyre is 0% Worn|
|7mm||Tyre is 15% Worn|
|6mm||Tyre is 31% Worn|
|5mm||Tyre is 47% Worn|
|4mm||Tyre is 62% Worn|
|3mm||Tyre is 78% Worn|
|2mm||Tyre is 94% Worn|
|1.6mm||Tyre is 100% Worn|
Check Tyre Pressure Regularly
Having your tyres at the incorrect tyre pressures can affect both the economy and safety of your car. Under inflated tyres contribute to accidents as the braking distances and steering is affected especially when cornering. A staggering 90% of all cars on the road have incorrect pressure in the tyres.
Penalties For Illegal Tyres
For each illegal tyre that you have can lead to three penalty points on your licence and a maximum fine of £2,500.