BUY YOUR TYRES AT JAMES COYLE MOTOR ENGINEERS
If you would like to buy continentals or any other tyre for that matter, contact james Coyle Motor Engineers, all of our tyres are competively priced and as member of the Good Garage Scheme, we’ll do our best to give you the very best deals. Contact us by filling in our online form, Calling 0141 763 0222 or email us direct at email@example.com
James Coyle Motor Engineers have lot of different types in stock and if we don’t have what your looking for, generally we can get them within 24 hours notice. We would arrange a time for firing and email you accordingly and you can Sample the customer service that only available from James Coyle Motor Engineers
Remember, this is these are difference with you staying on the road and skidding of and if you have any uneven wear, talk with us about Wheel Alignment, it could make a huge difference to wear and give you greater economy. Any of our staff will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.
SHOULD I FIT WINTER TYRES
Winter tyres are specially designed to perform in wet, icy weather and at very low temperatures as well as in snowy conditions. They have a greater amount of rubber than summer options to ensure they maintain grip in low temperatures as this will enable them to operate to their optimum with low road temperatures.
More and more motorists are opting to fit winter tyres these days. They can be an invaluable choice if you live in a remote location which is hit with severe winter weather or if you do a lot of driving covering a lot of miles over the winter months.
If you choose to buy winter tyres from James Coyle Motor Engineers, providing your current tyres are in good condition, you can take them away and we will fit them back on your car during the summer months absolutely free. Ask a member of staff for more information about this.
WHAT TYRES TO CHOOSE
The tyres you need depend mostly on the type of car you drive and if you drive short or long distances. If you are only in and around the local area then economy and safety will be a factor when choosing. If you do a lot of motorway driving then you will want a low noise choice, where comfort and fuel efficiency will also be factors in helping you find the right choice. Whatever choice you make, our expert team are on hand to answer any questions you might have.
Tyres are the single most important components of any roadworthy car. The tread area that makes contact with the road is relatively small so if you have excessive wear, near or below the legal limit or damaged it can seriously affect your car’s safety and that of your passengers. Not only that, if they don’t meet legal requirements, you could face a fine of up to 3 penalty points and a £2,500 fine per tyre
The legal limit for tread depth must be above a minimum of 1.6mm throughout a continuous strip in the centre three quarters of the tread and around the entire circumference.
You should ensure that your tyres are inflated to the vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations in the vehicle handbook as if they are over-inflated it causes excessive wear and tear and shortening overall life.
You should also inspect their general condition for any sign of bumps, bulges or cuts which could pose a threat and be dangerous when driving.
We recommend that motorists check the tread depth, condition and pressure on a monthly basis and before any long journeys.
HOW TO MEASURE TREAD DEPTH
The simple way to check your tread depth is to use a 20p coin. Insert the coin into the tread grooves at three separate places on your tyre. If you can see the outer rim of the 20p piece, then this could indicate that your tread is close to or below the legal minimum of 1.6mm and you should visit us to have your buy replacements.
Another way to check tread wear is the Tread Wear Indicators which many tyre manufacturers now include within the tread grooves. When the TWI is worn down, it indicates that the tread may be nearing the legal limit and you should buy new tyres.
There are many different Tyres to choose from, and with so many people searching for Cheap Tyres there has been a lot of new Budget Tyres come on to the market.