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Welcome to the Croxdale FastFit Tyre Finder

Please enter the details of your tyres into the fields above.

If you are unsure where to find your tyre size, use our diagram as a guide - the information will be on the sidewall of your tyre.

Please also select your preferred branch so that we can provide you with the most accurate stock level.

 

All you need to know about tyres!

How do I know if my tyres need replacing?

It is important that all vehicle owners carry out regular visual checks of their tyres. Sometimes visual problems with the tyres such as low tread can be easy to spot, but sometimes it a bit more difficult, so we take a close look at them. We usually perform these checks when the vehicle is up on the ramps so we can get right underneath.


Why should I have my tyres replaced?

To ensure efficient handling, braking and overall performance of the car you must get your tyres checked and replaced regularly. It’s a legal requirement now that your tread depth is no less than 1.6mm. Police can carry out spot checks on major roads: you run the risk of a fine, and up to 3 points on your license. Tyres are the only contact with the roads, so really isn't something that you can neglect. The traction on them helps you to grip to the road so you need to keep an eye on this.

Poorly inflated tires can cause uneven wear, so make sure to get Croxdale fast fit to check out your tyres for you before the holiday period.

The UK legal limit for the depth of the tyre tread across 3/4s of the tyre width is 1.6mm. However, we would usually advise replacing your tyres before they reach this point, usually between 2mm and 3mm.


What do I do if I get a puncture?

If you are driving and notice a puncture, pull over as soon as it is safely possible. Attempt to replace the wheel or tyre if you are confident and it is safe to do so, otherwise seek help. If you have a slow puncture, you can come into to any of our autocentres and we will either repair the tyre or replace it, to get you on your way as soon as possible.


What does the law say?

The legal minimum limit is 1.6mm across the central 3/4s of the tyre tread pattern, around the complete circumference of the tyre. At 1.6mm in wet weather, it takes an extra two car lengths (8 metres) to stop than if your treads are at 3 millimetres.

Need help replacing or repairing a tyre? Pop into any of our autocentres, we’d be more than happy to help!

 

Please enter the details of your tyres into the fields above.

If you are unsure where to find your tyre size, use our diagram as a guide - the information will be on the sidewall of your tyre.

Please also select your preferred branch so that we can provide you with the most accurate stock level.

 

All you need to know about tyres!

 

How do I know if my tyres need replacing?


It is important that all vehicle owners carry out regular visual checks of their tyres. Sometimes visual problems with the tyres such as low tread can be easy to spot, but sometimes it a bit more difficult, so we take a close look at them. We usually perform these checks when the vehicle is up on the ramps so we can get right underneath.


Why should I have my tyres replaced?


To ensure efficient handling, braking and overall performance of the car you must get your tyres checked and replaced regularly. It’s a legal requirement now that your tread depth is no less than 1.6mm. Police can carry out spot checks on major roads: you run the risk of a fine, and up to 3 points on your license. Tyres are the only contact with the roads, so really isn't something that you can neglect. The traction on them helps you to grip to the road so you need to keep an eye on this.

Poorly inflated tires can cause uneven wear, so make sure to get Croxdale fast fit to check out your tyres for you before the holiday period.

The UK legal limit for the depth of the tyre tread across 3/4s of the tyre width is 1.6mm. However, we would usually advise replacing your tyres before they reach this point, usually between 2mm and 3mm.



What do I do if I get a puncture?


If you are driving and notice a puncture, pull over as soon as it is safely possible. Attempt to replace the wheel or tyre if you are confident and it is safe to do so, otherwise seek help. If you have a slow puncture, you can come into to any of our autocentres and we will either repair the tyre or replace it, to get you on your way as soon as possible.


What does the law say?


The legal minimum limit is 1.6mm across the central 3/4s of the tyre tread pattern, around the complete circumference of the tyre. At 1.6mm in wet weather, it takes an extra two car lengths (8 metres) to stop than if your treat eas 3 millimetres.

Need help replacing or repairing a tyre? Pop into any of our autocentres, we’d be more than happy to help!