Part Worn Tyres Cannock
If you are looking to replace your tyres but wouldn’t like to pay the price of brand new ones, then why not buy part worn tyres?
We have excellent deals on part worn tyres and have a large selection of sizes and profiles available to fit most vehicles. All tyres undergo a quality check by our staff to ensure they have sufficient tread depth and are healthy enough to last many more miles before being sold.
The main boon of buying part worn tyres over brand new is that they cost a fraction of the price, and if you happen to need a full set the difference in price could be quite sizable.
If you are looking for a great deal on part worn tyres then contact us today for more details or to place your order for collection / fitting. We are based in Cannock but also provide services across the midlands, if you have any questions or need advice we will be happy to help.
Services included when purchasing tyres from us
Whenever you buy tyres from us, whether they’re new or part worn, we include a few services in the price so you don’t have to worry. The first two services we offer are tyre fitting and tyre balancing. When you buy tyres from us we will fit them for you and ensure the they are balanced before you leave so you have nothing to worry about. lastly we will handle the disposal of your old tyres, saving you the trouble of finding a recycling centre to deliver them to, which could incur a cost. We hope you make your experience with us as hasle free as possible.
Are part worn tyres legal?
In short, yes. Any business that sells, or anyone that uses part worn tyres are not breaking the law. However there are strict regulations that must be adhered to, such as the tyre being in an acceptable condition to be considered road worthy.
With the condition of the tyre in mind, a thorough visual check is highly recommended. When checking the tyres condition you should check for any bulges, lumps, tears or cuts over the entirety of the tyre, not only on the outside but on the inside too, as these damages could cause or be caused by the failure of the tryes structure. During the visual check you should also look to see if any of the ply or cord is exposed, as these are parts of the tyres structure and should not be on surface level.
Apart from the visual check there is something else that you should do, that being measuring tread depth. This isn’t exclusive to part worn tyres and should be done from time to time to any tyres you use or intend to use. In the UK, the legal tread depth is 1.6mm, however part worn tyres must have a minimum tread depth of 2mm to be sold.