New & Part Worn Tyres
At BMS cars we carry an extensive range of tyres from all the major manufacturers such as: Kumho, Goodyear, Pirelli, Dunlop, Toyo, Bridgestone, Firestone, Continental, Michelin, Yokohama - to name just a few.
Coupled with our extensive range we also provide a range of while you wait services to include:
Tyres are the vehicle's only point of contact with the road. The actual area of contact between the car and the road through the tyres is small surprisingly small. Bald tyres - 'slicks' - may be fine for a race car on a dry track, but no good at all for road vehicles on a wet road surface. Tyres treads are designed to channel water from the road surface and provide maximum grip. By the time the tread is worn down to the legal limit they will be unable to perform this task efficiently and must be replaced.
RoSPA recommends that worn tyres are replaced with an equivalent new unit well before the legal minimum tread limit of 1.6mm is reached - ideally as soon as they reach 3mm.
So whether you need a budget or performance, commercial or 4x4 tyre, please phone or visit us on site where a member of our team will be happy to discuss and advise about tyres to suit your vehicles requirements.
PART WORN TYRES
BMS cars is a great choice for top quality part worn tyres. We always have a large selection of second-hand tyres including Avon, Michelin, Continental, Goodyear and Pirelli. Our vast range of used tyres is amongst the cheapest tyres available in the area.
How to Read Your Tyre:
Vehicle manufacturers recommend that you fit like-for-like when it comes to replacing your vehicles tyres. i.e. the same size tyre with the correct speed and load rating as it would have left the factory. Your vehicle hand book will give you the information you require.
The load and speed ratings on tyres are the maximum under specific working conditions. This is why you should always adjust tyre pressures according to the vehicles hand book. This will help you get the best out of your tyres, make you and your family safer, and lead to lower fuel consumption which all helps to reduce your carbon foot print.