Order Tyres Today with Henlow Motor Services
Order you Tyres Online now with Henlow Motor Services. Just enter your registration no in the box and choose from the large selection of tyres available.
We do Puncture repairs at £24 Inc. Vat (per Tyre). Note You cannot book this currently unless an add-on at the end of a booking.
Our Tyre price includes a brand new standard car Tyre valve as well as wheel balancing and environmental Tyre disposal
At Henlow Motor Services we can fit up to 26" Tyres
Whether you require high performance tyres, run flat, 4x4 tyres or light commercial tyres we can provide the tyres you need.
From the Leading manufacturers such as Pirelli, Michelin and Goodyear, to the more Budget Brands like Toyo, Rapid & Evergreen we can supply the tyres to suit your pocket and your motoring needs.
TPMS Valves (Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems ) are an extra cost as these valves are fitted with a sensor which monitors Tyre pressure and irregularities and reports these to the driver via the dashboard display. We can supply and fit TPMS Sensor should your existing Tyre valve sensors need replacing.
What Is Speed Rating?
The speed rating of a tyre is displayed on the sidewall. You will find it at the end of the tyre's size. It is always represented by a letter - in the following example the tyre speed rating is "V". Speed ratings are based on tests in which engineers run the tyre at 6.2 mph steps, in 10 minute increments, until the required speed has been met. The following is a table with each speed rating:
What Is Tyre Labelling?
EU Legislation came into force in 2012 which requires every new tyre sold within Europe (with some exceptions) to be labelled based on the performance of specific criteria. On the label there are grades given to 3 important categories that should be considered when choosing a tyre:
- Fuel Efficiency
- Wet Grip
- External Rolling Noise
How do I know my Tyre Size?
Your tyre contains a lot of information about it. The image below will help you decipher that.
Do my Tyres need changing?
You should be checking your tyres and pressures at least every 2 weeks and before undertaking long journeys. If there is evidence of any of the following then it may well be time for them to be changed
- Reduced Tread depth
How to Check you Tread, use the “20p Test”
- Cracks and splits in the sidewall
- Blisters and Slits
- Vibration whilst driving
- Weird noises
- Tyre Age
You can check the age of your tyres by looking for the DOT markings on the side of the Tyre
These give you the week and year that your tyres were made. If your tyres are over 5 years old you should consider replacing them.
If you have any questions about your tyres please call Henlow Motor Services on 01462 819500 or complete our contact form.