run flat tyres
 

Run Flat Tyres

Run flat tyres are increasingly being used by manufacturers on their new vehicles in a bid to boost safety for motorists. At ATS Euromaster we stock a wide range of run flat tyres at competitive prices from brands such as Pirelli, Continental & Bridgestone.

Our run flat tyre range is available to buy online and can be fitted at a date and time a that suits you throughout our network of over 280 centres. Simply search for your tyres and book an appointment online at a centre near you.

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We have over 280 centres throughout the UK with hourly tyre fitting appointments available. Just select a date and time that suits you.

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50 years experience of tyre fitting

Over 50 years of expertise

We've been fitting tyres since 1965 and our technicians are some of the best trained in the country.

What are run flat tyres?

Run flat tyres are designed with a reinforced sidewall which helps prevent the tyre from disintegrating when punctured. This means you can travel to a safe place to change your tyre as necessary. If you suffer from a puncture your TPMS system will alert you.

Can you repair run flat tyres?

The majority of manufacturers advise against repairing run-flat tyres, as the integrity of the tyre may have been compromised if driven on. Run-flat tyres can be purchased online from ATS Euromaster and fitted at one of our service centres around the UK. If a vehicle is fitted with run-flats it is generally advisable to replace like-for-like.

How far can you drive on a run flat tyres?

Do not drive more than 50 miles on a run flat that has had a puncture. It's very important that you get the tyre changed as soon as you can. It's recommended you do not travel more than 50mph.

If you drive more than the 50 miles you risk damaging the wheel of your vehicle, which will cost you a great deal more to repair than the cost of a new tyre.