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Tyres and wheel service

Our tyre offer ranges from the cheapest tyres on the market to the best quality tyre brands. New and used ones available. Regardless of your budget and your average annual mileage, we'll have the best tyres for you.

At Fengate Service Centre we offer the following tyre services:

  • - wheel alignment
  • - wheel balancing
  • - tyre checks


We have tyres for all vehicle types, sizes and to suit all budgets. You can get cheap used ones, or quality tyres such as Continental, Good year ................. ...........................................................
You should inspect your tyres regularly, once a month at the least. Check these warning signs:
- tread wear bars: most tyres have tread wear bars - bands of hard rubber that you can only see when your tread depth has gone beyond the limit for safe driving, which is generally 1.6mm.
- Uneven wear patterns: you should also check your treads for uneven wear patterns that can indicate other problems with your tyres or your vehicle.
- There’s a bulge or a blister on the sidewall of a tyre.These can lead to tyre failure and could be dangerous.
- A tyre has gone flat due to a blow out.
- A tyre has lacerations or other significant damage.
- You have sidewall or tread punctures larger than 0.64cm. You cannot repair any punctures larger than that and you should never repair tyres worn below 1.6mm.
Wheel alignment, sometimes referred to as breaking or tracking, is part of standard automobile maintenance that consists of adjusting the angles of wheels so that they are set to the car maker's specification.
It's a good idea to have your alignment checked annually, such as when you have your tires rotated. You certainly should have it done when you buy new tires so they don't immediately start to wear unevenly
When tires are fitted to wheels at the point of sale, they are measured again on a balancing machine, and correction weights are applied to counteract the combined effect of the tire and wheel unbalance. So every time a new tyre is mounted onto an axle, the wheel should be re-balanced to ensure it continues to rotate evenly. Wheels that are not balanced or are out of balance generally produce a vibration that is uncomfortable to the driver and results in premature wearing of tyres, suspension and steering components.

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