Tyre Centre

Do your tyres need replacing?

When did you last check your tyres for correct pressure and tread wear? It’s a fact that most people never bother with tyres, and wouldn’t know what the correct tyre pressure should be, nor what the legal requirement is for tread depth.
You rely on tyres to save you from losing control in wet and icy conditions, but assume that the annual service and MOT will keep you safe for another year.
Surprisingly, VOSA, the governing body who control MOT testing, say that around 20% of all failed MOT tests are due to tyres or wheel problems. It’s surprising because all of those people have been driving around with their vehicles in that state. Unsafe for themselves and other road users.
Do a quick check now. If your tyres have a tread depth less than 2mm you should think about replacing them soon. If the tyres have below 1.6mm of tread across three-quarters of the tread width around the circumference of the tyre, then your tyre is illegal. Not only that it is potentially lethal.
Pop in to us at Nick Tomlin Cars and we will do it for you, and check the legality of your tyres, make sure you have the correct air pressures all round completely free of charge.
If your tyres do need replacing then we have a great selection of high quality tyres at competitive prices so you know you are getting the very best deal on replacement tyres.
Call in today and make sure you are tyre legal and tyre safe…

Frequently Asked Questions

All our vehicles are covered by a 6 month warranty 

Time between oil changes can vary between different types of vehicles and manufacturers. We are more than happy to take a look at your service history and advise accordingly.  

You should only check your tyre pressure when the tyres are cold. ‘Cold’ means that the car hasn’t been driven for a couple of hours. The pressure inside your tyres increases as they heat up. If you set your pressures when your tyres are already warm, their pressure will probably be too low.

In the UK, you must change your tyres when the tread depth falls below the legal limit of 1.6mm. You should replace your tyres, if they are damaged and cannot be repaired. Here at Nick Tomlin Cars we offer a FREE HEALTH CHECK so if your concerned about the health of your tyres just call in and we will give them a quick check.

Yes we offer part exchange. we believe on offering our customers to best price we can for there car, Price will depend on age, mileage and condition.

Yes we do! We can offer a no obligation quote today. All circumstances considered.

Your car will be due it’s first MOT after three years. Before then, there is no legal obligation to undergo testing. you can check when and if your vehicle needs an MOT by visiting https://www.gov.uk/check-mot-status


Your aircon may need a re-gas from time to time to enable it to continue to work at an optimum level. Before a re-gas, your vehicle should undergo a pressure test to ensure there are no cracks or leaks in the system. 

Award winning family owned dealership based in Delamere, Cheshire. We offer the finest quality used cars, vehicle servicing and repairs.

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Nick Tomlin Cars Chester Road Oakmere Cheshire CW8 2HB

 01606 889494

Email: sales@nicktomlincars.co.uk

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