Types Of Tyre

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Summer Tyres

Regular tyres fitted to your vehicle as standard.

Summer tyres are your standard tyre type and are designed to work best in fair weather conditions. Summer tyres generally perform well on wet and dry road surfaces when the temperature is above 7 degrees celcius. As the UK is not known for extreme changes in weather, many drivers opt to stay on summer tyres all year round.

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Winter Tyres

Tyres designed to provide added grip in snow and ice.

Designed and engineered to work best in cold weather conditions below 7 degrees celcius, winter tyres feature small grooves known as sipes across the larger tread pattern and are constructed with a compound that does not harden in freezing conditions. These characteristics allow the tyre to grip the road far better than a summer tyre in snow and ice and significantly improve braking distances in such conditions.

All Season Tyres

Combine the benefits of summer and winter tyres for year-round performance.

If changing your summer tyres for winter tyres each season and then back again seems like too much hassle then all-season tyres could be the answer. All Season tyres are made from an intermediate rubber compound making them great all-rounders in all weather conditions, from wet and dry surfaces, to ice and light snow. While not matching the performance of specialist summer or winter tyres during these respective seasons, all-season tyres provide a good mix of strengths in mild temperatures.

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Runflat Tyres

Keep going even in the event of a puncture.

Unlike regular tyres, run flat tyres wonít deflate in the event of a puncture or loss of pressure. Run flat tyres still need air but have strengthened reinforced sidewalls that temporarily maintain the shape of the tyre in the event of a blow out. This means the tyre can be driven on for a short time allowing the driver to reach a safe place to stop or their local garage for replacement.

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OE Tyres

Tyres tailored for use on specific vehicle models.

OE or Original Equipment tyres are special versions of standard tyre models that have been tuned and balanced to meet the performance needs of a specific vehicle manufacturer. Tyres created as original equipment are designed with subtle tweaks to the regular design to enhance factors such as handling, ride comfort and tyre wear when fitted to a particular vehicle. Look for the manufacturer logo when searching for OE tyres at TyrePlus.

All Terrain Tyres

Designed to provide a balance between on-road and off-road tyres.

If you donít want the hassle and expense of changing the tyres on your 4x4 between on-road and off-road driving, all terrain tyres could be ideal for you. These versatile tyres are designed to cope well with slippery conditions and hilly terrain while also offering a smooth, efficient drive on conventional roads and motorways. You can choose from a variety of tread patterns to suit your driving habits.

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Reinforced Tyres

Strengthened tyres to handle extra loads.

If you drive a van, people carrier or light commercial vehicle you may require reinforced tyres that are designed to handle heavier loads than standard tyres. Highly robust and damage resistant, reinforced tyres are constructed from more durable materials that do not flex under pressure and bare Extra Load or Reinforced markings on the sidewall.

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