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Take special note of the speed and load ratings, as fitting the incorrect rating to your vehicle could effect your insurance cover.

Contact the fitting centre on the number supplied in your order confirmation, quoting your order reference.

If you have already ordered, then contact the fitting centre quoting your order reference number. If you have not yet ordered provide the fitting centre with the tyre size and brand required.

If they have the tyres in stock they will try to accomodate you.

All tyre prices supplied on this website include VAT, a new valve (if required), wheel balancing and fitting.

So the price you see is the price you pay.

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 Fuel efficiency is important to reduce both CO2 emissions and the cost of driving. The difference between a category C tyre and a B tyres means a reduction or increase in fuel consumption of between 2.5% - 4.5% for a car and 5%-8% for a truck.

 These results are dependant on correct tyre pressures, driving style and temperature.

Noise

The tyre external rolling noise level in decibels is shown along with one to three black sound waves, with one wave being the quietest tyre.

 

 Wet grip is a critical safety feature and relates to the tyres ability to stop a vehicle quickly on wet roads and can be expressed in tems of stopping distance. The difference in each category shown means a stopping distance of between one and two car lengths (between 3 and 6 metres) when braking from 50mph.

The difference between categories A and F is more than 18 metres stopping distance.

 Measured from the distance travelled by a car after braking at 50mph in the wet, according to regulation EC1222/2009