Tyre Care

Drive on the right side of the law with Cold Weather tyres

Heading for the slopes this year? You’re all set with the right ski gear and warm clothes. But have you thought ahead about your tyres? Fitting Cold Weather tyres improves your safety when driving in the chilly season. But often it’s not optional, in many

When should I check my wheel alignment?

If you notice that your vehicle pulls significantly to the left or right when you are travelling on a straight, flat road with little cross-wind, or your tyres are wearing abnormally, then your wheel alignment may require adjustment. You should therefore

Aquaplaning is a very real, yet invisible danger

quaplaning, or hydroplaning, occurs when the water between your tyres and the road surface cannot be removed quickly enough. This layer of water builds up in front of the tyres until the pressure of the water exceeds the pressure of the tyre on the road,

Advice from The Michelin Man on tyre pressure checks

By keeping your tyres at their correct pressure, you’ll reduce your running costs. Under inflated tyres are prone to overheating use more fuel and wear out more quickly. Likewise, over inflation can reduce tyre life, reduce grip and cause steering problem

Ten Tyre Care Tips

It’s easy to forget that tyres are the only point of contact between your vehicle and the road. That is why it’s extremely important to preserve the quality and performance of your tyres to ensure both your safety and your mobility. To do so, we advise th

How to check your tyre tread wear levels

Because it’s the only part of the vehicle that grips the road, the depth of tread on your tyres is a very important for the safety of your vehicle. It also signals the health of the tyre. Driving with low tread depth increases the potential for tyre failu