#1 For Bude Tyres

We stock only the best brands including Bridgestone, Continental, Goodyear and Michelin. Most sizes kept in stock at the garage but the more specialist ranges can be with us next day. Our Bude Tyres are excellently priced, with excellent knowledge on the brands we stock. Speak to a member of our team to find the right range for your needs. Our prices include are all inclusive and include fitting, balancing, new rubber valves and disposal.

We offer a Free Tyre Check where one of our highly trained technicians will check the tread depth, pressure, wear and damage to ensure the safety of the vehicle.

   FREE TYRE CHECK
   TYRE FITTING
  WHEEL BALANCING
   TRACKING
  COMPETITIVE PRICES
  EXCELLENT KNOWLEDGE

We also offer wheel balancing and tracking starting from just £35. If you notice parts of your tyre that are wearing before others then the wheels are potentially misaligned and it needs to be identified by our trained technicians. This will provide you with thousands more miles and save you a fortune! Get in contact with our Bude Tyres garage to discuss your needs.

Bude Tyres

Opening Time

Monday
8:00-17.30
Tuesday
8:00-17.30
Wednesday
8:00-17.30
Thursday
8:00-17.30
Friday
8:00-17.30
Saturday
8:30-13.00
Sunday
CLOSED

What Do I Need To Bring?

You only need to bring two things along with you to get your tyres changed. The first, is the vehicle! The second and most important, please make sure you bring your locking wheel nut! If your vehicle has locking wheel nuts fitted then we will unable to remove the wheels from the car without this vital bit of kit. If you're not sure then give us a ring before driving in. You'll normally find them under the boot liner with the spare, if not try in the glove box.

How Do I Know If My Tyres Need Changing?

If when driving you notice that the vehicle doesn't handle very well or becomes less responsive in wet weather then this could be a huge sign that your tyres need replacing. It could also be that the vehicle takes longer to stop when you hit the brakes. The law requires that car tyres have a minimum tread depth of 1.6mm but you will find that many of the manufacturers actually recommend getting them changed at 3mm.

Pretty much all tyres nowadays use a tread wear indicator between the grooves which become more visible once the tyre wears. When the indicator is in line with the tread, its past time to get them changed. You can also pick up a tread depth gauge to more accurately measure the wear across all parts of the tyre.  If you are not comfortable carrying out any of these checks, then drive your car into the garage for a Free Tyre Check.

Did You Know: When your tyres reach 1.6mm (the legal limit) it will take an extra two car lengths to stop at 50mph than if your tread was at 3 mm!

Not only is it vital to keep an eye on your tread for safety reasons but if you get pulled over and your tyres are bald then that will cost you 3 penalty points and a £2,500 fine! With our Bude Tyres starting from just £39, its not worth the risk!

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What Tyres Do I Need?

Our Bude tyre range is huge and the task of picking out the right ones for your vehicle can be daunting. We only stock the best range but often with most things, you do get what you pay for with the premium range offering more miles and a smoother drive. Our expert on-site fitters will be able to provide you with the best selection for your vehicle, falling into three main categories.

Budget

Put simply, the budget tyres won't last as long as the alternatives but with prices starting from just £39, they're a great value option for drivers with low mileage. Generally you would be looking at getting between 7,000-8,000 miles on a budget tyre.

Mid Range

You will get a lot more tyre technology from our mid range and offers a good balance between performance and value. They can provide excellent value for money and if you're a casual driver then also expect these to have a much longer life span.

Premium

Huge investment goes into the premium range with brands including Bridgestone, Continental and Michelin. These will offer improved fuel economy, grip, lower noise levels and improved stopping distances. Expect these to last between 15,000-20,000 miles under normal driving conditions.