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When they are the only thing between your vehicle and the road, ensuring their condition is well maintained is vital to your vehicle’s efficiency and your safety.

Increased wear can lead to reduced grip and handling as well as having a serious impact your vehicle’s stopping distance. By regularly checking your tyres at your local ATS Euromaster, our experts will ensure that your vehicle is road-safe and legal, ensuring that you avoid any unnecessary points and fines.

Our Tyre Safety Checks are completely free and there is no need to book. Better still, we only ever recommend you change them when it is absolutely necessary. So, if you’ve still got some miles on them, we’ll tell you exactly that.

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Car, Van and 4x4 Tyres at ATS Euromaster

If you’re looking for tyres to suit your driving style, whether short distance drives or long distance travel for your car, van, 4x4 vehicle we offer a great range of summer, winter and all season tyres to suit any budget.

ATS Euromaster supply a great range of premium, mid-range and budget tyres from Michelin, Pirelli and Continental, all at great prices online and in-centre. We also supply tyres for both caravans and motor-homes too.

Which ever your vehicle, our experts are here to offer a helping hand and provide free impartial advise to assist you in selecting the best tyres for your vehicle.

How Do I Buy Tyres Online From ATS Euromaster?

If you’re looking for great tyre deals online, we’re here to make it simple and hassle free with our easy 4 step booking process. Buying tyres online has never been easier.

Step One: Find your tyres

Simple enter your tyre size details into our tyre selector tool which will provide you with a comprehensive option of tyres available in your size so you can browse and price compare no matter what your budget. If you’re looking for specific tyres, you can even filter using our extra load, runflat and winter tyre options online. To help you make more informed choices, ATS Euromaster display tyre labelling information for all of our tyres online. Even better, our prices are inclusive of fitting charges which include valve, balance and disposal of your old tyre in an environmentally friendly way. Not sure where to find your tyre size? Click here to find out.

Step Two: Select your centre

Once you have selected your tyres, you can enter your postcode to select your preferred service centre to arrange a fitting appointment.

Step Three: Choose a fitting slot

Now that you have selected your service centre, pick a time and date to suit you, ATS Euromaster offer hourly booking slots online from Monday – Saturday and you can even book up to 2 months in advance!

Step Four: Pay online

You can make secure payment online as we accept all major credit and debit cards and even offer PayPal as a method of payment.

 

Why Choose ATS For My Tyres?

Our number one priority is your safety and ATS Euromaster is a proud member of TyreSafe. Our experts offer free, honest and impartial advice on the tyre condition, tyre pressure and tread depth of your tyres and help you select the right tyres for your vehicle.

Convenience with no unnecessary work, ever.

We stock a wide range of leading premium, mid-range and budget car, van and 4x4 tyre brands. We offer a mobile tyre fitting service, so if time is tight and you are unable to visit one of our 340 nation-wide service centres we can come your home or office and at time which is convenient for you. Our mobile tyre fitting service is available for as little as a £1 call out charge online*. This service is available at the cost of just £1 and can be booked online, which means you're able to drive safely and legally, without having to take time out of your hectic schedule to do so.

*Mobile tyre fitting available in selected areas only, call out charge is £1 only and can be booked online.

Checking Your Tyres

Currently, the UK legal limit for tread on your vehicle’s tyres is 1.6mm across the central three-quarters of the tyre. However, at ATS Euromaster, our experts will always recommend you change your tyres around the 2mm point. Drivers outside the legal limit could also incur a hefty fine of up to £2500 and 3 points on your driving licence, per tyre.

If you’re worried about the tread on your tyres, there are a number of checks you can perform.

The 20p Test:

This popular test is a simple way to determine if your tyre tread is running below the legal limit.

1) Insert 20p into the lowest tread depth of your tyre.

2) If the inside edge of the coin cannot be seen, the tyre is safe with a minimum tread depth of 3mm.

3) If the inside edge is visible, your tyre tread is less than 3mm and we’d recommend getting it checked by one of our experts. 

What are Tyre Wear Indicators? 

Today, all major tyre manufacturers build a Tread Wear Indicators into their tread. These raised lines are visible in the groove of the tyre so when they are flush with the main surface of the tyre, you know it’s time to change them. 

When To Check Your Tyre Pressure

We recommend you should check your tyre pressure when your tyres are cool every two weeks and before any long journey to ensure they meet the manufacturer’s recommendations, keeping you and your family safe.

Incorrect tyre pressures can cause unnecessary wear on your tyres which means they could wear unevenly or even need replacing prematurely. If you’re unsure what your car tyre pressure should be, then consult your handbook or ask one of our experts. 

Alternatively, filling tyres with Nitrogen means that your tyre pressure will remain correct for longer, as the rate at which Nitrogen passes out the walls of your tyres is slower than oxygen.

Reading Your Tyre Size

If you’re not entirely sure how to read the dimensions on the sidewall of your tyres, we can help you understand exactly what each number and letters stand for.

a) Tyre Size Designation

The first number refers to the nominal width of your tyre’s cross-section in millimetres. The number after the ‘/’ indicates the aspect ratio. This represents the height of the tyre sidewall as a percentage of the nominal section width. The following letter indicates the construction of the tyre, with the number following it indicating the diameter of the tyres inner rim in inches.

b) Load Capacity

This number refers to the maximum weight the tyre can carry at the speed indicated by the Speed Rating Symbol/

c) Speed Category symbol.

A letter that indicates the speed at which the tyre can carry the load corresponding to the Load Capacity Index. Common ratings are: S, T, H, V, W, Y and Z.

Free Tyre Inspection at ATS Euromaster

We’re on hand

Understanding your tyres, their tread depths and their pressure can be a tricky business. If you’re unsure about anything, we have a team of experienced technicians on hand to perform your free Tyre Safety Check. They will be able to offer you expert advice on:

  • Tyre Size
  • Tyre Pressure
  • Tyre Tread
  • How to check for damage
  • How to maintain your tyres

Book today

Most Tyre Safety Checks do not require a booking; simply visit your nearest ATS Euromaster. If you would to prefer to book a suitable time, or you know the tyres you require, select them from the Find Your Tyres list, search for your nearest tyre fitting centre and enter a suitable time to attend.

 

 

Tyre Change at ATS Euromaster

When it comes to your tyres, we do everything possible to ensure they are removed and disposed of responsibly. Our experts will then fit your new tyres correctly, ensuring that they are the right size, balance and at the right pressure.

At ATS Euromaster, each tyre change consists of three elements:

1) Valve:

Our experts always recommend replacing the valve with each and every tyre change. This helps to maintain the correct tyre pressure and avoids further age, damage or deterioration. We also replace missing valve caps to prevent any dust or dirt from entering your new tyre.

2) Balance:

When fitting new tyres to a vehicle, the new tyre, the material or fittings may contain ‘heavy spots’disrupting your vehicle’s wheel balance. Unbalanced wheels will almost always cause unnecessary and uncomfortable driving vibrations that can lead to premature wear on your tyres, steering and suspension. At ATS Euromaster, our experts will always add balance weights to the wheel to ensure that your wheels remain perfectly balanced.

3) Disposal:

At ATS Euromaster, we’re very aware of the impact vehicles have on the climate and landfill, which is why all of our centres dispose of used tyres in an environmentally friendly way. 

 

Original Equipment Tyres

What are OE fitment tyres?

Typically, tyres designs are fine tuned for each new vehicle, which is why many cars come fitted with a specific set of tyres from the factory.

While there are often a number of tyre designs that can give almost equal performance to OE fitment tyres, it is often the best option to go for the tyres that your car is already fitted with. At ATS, we can provide OE fitment tyres that have been homologated for a wide variety of brands.

Do OE fitment tyres affect vehicle performance?

OE fitment tyres are designed with performance in mind, so it is usually worth purchasing these for optimal fuel efficiency, handling, reduced rolling resistance and comfort.

If all your tyres wear out at once, you have much more choice in the kinds of tyres that you can choose for your vehicle and there are a number of good equivalents on offer. However, if only one or two tyres are wearing out then you should stick to the OE fitment tyres as these can keep the balance of your vehicle in check.

How do non-OE fitment tyres affect my warranty?

Choosing non-OE fitment tyres can affect the handling of the vehicle and as such you run the risk of invalidating your warranty and your insurance. This is because OE fitment tyres are designed specifically so that your car handles in the safest way possible, which is why getting homologated OE fitment tyres is so important.

OE marks to look out for

So that you know you are getting the exact tyres that you want for your vehicle, keep an eye out for the marks of the OE fitment tyres for you.

Important aspects to look out for when selecting your OE fitment tyres is the brand name, aspect ratio and size information and the product name. These can be found on the side wall of the tyre.

Other information that is often also included on the side walls of OE fitment tyres are their eco ratings, load index and speed ratings and safety codes.

 

Do My Tyres Come With A Guarantee?

All of our tyres come with a standard manufacturer guarantee. Did you know that you could take advantage of our Masterservice Tyre Warranty with a small one-off payment for extra piece of mind?

If you experience a tyre puncture or tyre damage you can avoid the costly call out and repair charges as our warranty includes roadside tyre assistance so our experts are on hand when you need them the most.

For further information on our products and services, you can contact us on our free phone number 0800 60 10 60 and we would be happy to help.

Car, Van and 4x4 Tyres at ATS Euromaster

If you’re looking for tyres to suit your driving style, whether short distance drives or long distance travel for your car, van, 4x4 vehicle we offer a great range of summer, winter and all season tyres to suit any budget.

ATS Euromaster supply a great range of premium, mid-range and budget tyres from Michelin, Pirelli and Continental, all at great prices online and in-centre. We also supply tyres for both caravans and motor-homes too.

Which ever your vehicle, our experts are here to offer a helping hand and provide free impartial advise to assist you in selecting the best tyres for your vehicle.

How Do I Buy Tyres Online From ATS Euromaster?

If you’re looking for great tyre deals online, we’re here to make it simple and hassle free with our easy 4 step booking process. Buying tyres online has never been easier.

Step One: Find your tyres

Simple enter your tyre size details into our tyre selector tool which will provide you with a comprehensive option of tyres available in your size so you can browse and price compare no matter what your budget. If you’re looking for specific tyres, you can even filter using our extra load, runflat and winter tyre options online. To help you make more informed choices, ATS Euromaster display tyre labelling information for all of our tyres online. Even better, our prices are inclusive of fitting charges which include valve, balance and disposal of your old tyre in an environmentally friendly way. Not sure where to find your tyre size? Click here to find out.

Step Two: Select your centre

Once you have selected your tyres, you can enter your postcode to select your preferred service centre to arrange a fitting appointment.

Step Three: Choose a fitting slot

Now that you have selected your service centre, pick a time and date to suit you, ATS Euromaster offer hourly booking slots online from Monday – Saturday and you can even book up to 2 months in advance!

Step Four: Pay online

You can make secure payment online as we accept all major credit and debit cards and even offer PayPal as a method of payment.

 

Why Choose ATS For My Tyres?

Our number one priority is your safety and ATS Euromaster is a proud member of TyreSafe. Our experts offer free, honest and impartial advice on the tyre condition, tyre pressure and tread depth of your tyres and help you select the right tyres for your vehicle.

Convenience with no unnecessary work, ever.

We stock a wide range of leading premium, mid-range and budget car, van and 4x4 tyre brands. We offer a mobile tyre fitting service, so if time is tight and you are unable to visit one of our 340 nation-wide service centres we can come your home or office and at time which is convenient for you. Our mobile tyre fitting service is available for as little as a £1 call out charge online*. This service is available at the cost of just £1 and can be booked online, which means you're able to drive safely and legally, without having to take time out of your hectic schedule to do so.

*Mobile tyre fitting available in selected areas only, call out charge is £1 only and can be booked online.

Checking Your Tyres

Currently, the UK legal limit for tread on your vehicle’s tyres is 1.6mm across the central three-quarters of the tyre. However, at ATS Euromaster, our experts will always recommend you change your tyres around the 2mm point. Drivers outside the legal limit could also incur a hefty fine of up to £2500 and 3 points on your driving licence, per tyre.

If you’re worried about the tread on your tyres, there are a number of checks you can perform.

The 20p Test:

This popular test is a simple way to determine if your tyre tread is running below the legal limit.

1) Insert 20p into the lowest tread depth of your tyre.

2) If the inside edge of the coin cannot be seen, the tyre is safe with a minimum tread depth of 3mm.

3) If the inside edge is visible, your tyre tread is less than 3mm and we’d recommend getting it checked by one of our experts. 

What are Tyre Wear Indicators? 

Today, all major tyre manufacturers build a Tread Wear Indicators into their tread. These raised lines are visible in the groove of the tyre so when they are flush with the main surface of the tyre, you know it’s time to change them. 

When To Check Your Tyre Pressure

We recommend you should check your tyre pressure when your tyres are cool every two weeks and before any long journey to ensure they meet the manufacturer’s recommendations, keeping you and your family safe.

Incorrect tyre pressures can cause unnecessary wear on your tyres which means they could wear unevenly or even need replacing prematurely. If you’re unsure what your car tyre pressure should be, then consult your handbook or ask one of our experts. 

Alternatively, filling tyres with Nitrogen means that your tyre pressure will remain correct for longer, as the rate at which Nitrogen passes out the walls of your tyres is slower than oxygen.

Reading Your Tyre Size

If you’re not entirely sure how to read the dimensions on the sidewall of your tyres, we can help you understand exactly what each number and letters stand for.

a) Tyre Size Designation

The first number refers to the nominal width of your tyre’s cross-section in millimetres. The number after the ‘/’ indicates the aspect ratio. This represents the height of the tyre sidewall as a percentage of the nominal section width. The following letter indicates the construction of the tyre, with the number following it indicating the diameter of the tyres inner rim in inches.

b) Load Capacity

This number refers to the maximum weight the tyre can carry at the speed indicated by the Speed Rating Symbol/

c) Speed Category symbol.

A letter that indicates the speed at which the tyre can carry the load corresponding to the Load Capacity Index. Common ratings are: S, T, H, V, W, Y and Z.

Free Tyre Inspection at ATS Euromaster

We’re on hand

Understanding your tyres, their tread depths and their pressure can be a tricky business. If you’re unsure about anything, we have a team of experienced technicians on hand to perform your free Tyre Safety Check. They will be able to offer you expert advice on:

  • Tyre Size
  • Tyre Pressure
  • Tyre Tread
  • How to check for damage
  • How to maintain your tyres

Book today

Most Tyre Safety Checks do not require a booking; simply visit your nearest ATS Euromaster. If you would to prefer to book a suitable time, or you know the tyres you require, select them from the Find Your Tyres list, search for your nearest tyre fitting centre and enter a suitable time to attend.

 

 

Tyre Change at ATS Euromaster

When it comes to your tyres, we do everything possible to ensure they are removed and disposed of responsibly. Our experts will then fit your new tyres correctly, ensuring that they are the right size, balance and at the right pressure.

At ATS Euromaster, each tyre change consists of three elements:

1) Valve:

Our experts always recommend replacing the valve with each and every tyre change. This helps to maintain the correct tyre pressure and avoids further age, damage or deterioration. We also replace missing valve caps to prevent any dust or dirt from entering your new tyre.

2) Balance:

When fitting new tyres to a vehicle, the new tyre, the material or fittings may contain ‘heavy spots’disrupting your vehicle’s wheel balance. Unbalanced wheels will almost always cause unnecessary and uncomfortable driving vibrations that can lead to premature wear on your tyres, steering and suspension. At ATS Euromaster, our experts will always add balance weights to the wheel to ensure that your wheels remain perfectly balanced.

3) Disposal:

At ATS Euromaster, we’re very aware of the impact vehicles have on the climate and landfill, which is why all of our centres dispose of used tyres in an environmentally friendly way. 

 

Original Equipment Tyres

What are OE fitment tyres?

Typically, tyres designs are fine tuned for each new vehicle, which is why many cars come fitted with a specific set of tyres from the factory.

While there are often a number of tyre designs that can give almost equal performance to OE fitment tyres, it is often the best option to go for the tyres that your car is already fitted with. At ATS, we can provide OE fitment tyres that have been homologated for a wide variety of brands.

Do OE fitment tyres affect vehicle performance?

OE fitment tyres are designed with performance in mind, so it is usually worth purchasing these for optimal fuel efficiency, handling, reduced rolling resistance and comfort.

If all your tyres wear out at once, you have much more choice in the kinds of tyres that you can choose for your vehicle and there are a number of good equivalents on offer. However, if only one or two tyres are wearing out then you should stick to the OE fitment tyres as these can keep the balance of your vehicle in check.

How do non-OE fitment tyres affect my warranty?

Choosing non-OE fitment tyres can affect the handling of the vehicle and as such you run the risk of invalidating your warranty and your insurance. This is because OE fitment tyres are designed specifically so that your car handles in the safest way possible, which is why getting homologated OE fitment tyres is so important.

OE marks to look out for

So that you know you are getting the exact tyres that you want for your vehicle, keep an eye out for the marks of the OE fitment tyres for you.

Important aspects to look out for when selecting your OE fitment tyres is the brand name, aspect ratio and size information and the product name. These can be found on the side wall of the tyre.

Other information that is often also included on the side walls of OE fitment tyres are their eco ratings, load index and speed ratings and safety codes.

 

Do My Tyres Come With A Guarantee?

All of our tyres come with a standard manufacturer guarantee. Did you know that you could take advantage of our Masterservice Tyre Warranty with a small one-off payment for extra piece of mind?

If you experience a tyre puncture or tyre damage you can avoid the costly call out and repair charges as our warranty includes roadside tyre assistance so our experts are on hand when you need them the most.

For further information on our products and services, you can contact us on our free phone number 0800 60 10 60 and we would be happy to help.

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