We love working on your Toyota, but we’re even more passionate about your safety. 
Because fitting the right tyres is only half the story - they need to be regularly checked and maintained to make sure they’re performing to their maximum capacity. Your braking, steering, economy and driving performance are all affected by how well your tyres are doing their job (especially in Winter) so it pays to take care of them.   
So our experts are always on hand to make sure yours are in the best possible condition.

How we take care of your tyres

Tyre Price Guarantee
We always keep our tyre prices competitive with independent suppliers (in fact, we’ll price match if you find a tyre cheaper locally within five days*) 

Free Puncture Repair 
We offer all our customers a free puncture repair service** 
*Toyota Centres will match any like-for-like quote within a five-mile radius. Tyre must be identical specification - brand, pattern, load, speed rating, manufacturer marking. Price quotation must be in writing and must be fully fitted including VAT, valve, balancing and disposal charges. 
**If your tyre can be safely repaired, excluding run flat tyres.

Expert Advice
We will provide free, expert advice on fitting and maintaining your tyres 

Winter Tyres 
We’ll supply and fit these super tough tyres designed for optimal performance and safety in colder weather 

Convenience 
Just pop in - you don’t need to book an appointment

Summer

Soft compound 
Less grooves 
Improved speed/agility

Winter

Stay flexible
More grooves
Better traction

Because we really care about your safety at Toyota, 
here’s a few facts you need to know:

1)  Your tyres need to have a minimum of 
5mm or more tread to perform at their 
optimal performance level. 

2)  Winter tyres are specifically designed with 
different tread to deal with ice and snow, and 
are made from a tougher compound that 
stays flexible at lower temperatures.

3)  The carefully designed tread pattern of a 
tyre helps to disperse water on the road. But 
as the tread wears down, the tyre loses its 
ability to remove the water from the road 
surface – so you lose grip and control. 

4)  A new tyre has at least 8mm of tread and 
will stop 10+ metres shorter than a tyre with 
only 1.6mm of tread.

Average 50mph stopping distance

5 Ways To Tell If Your Tyres Need Attention

If your car isn’t quite new, or if you haven’t changed your tyres for a while, then it’s a really good idea to check to see how they’re wearing. 
Here are five simple ways you can do this yourself:

The Coin Test 

Place a 20p coin into the main tread grooves of your tyre. If the outer band of the coin is hidden by the rubber, then your tread is above the legal limit of 1.6mm (within the central three quarters of the tread).

Tyre Match

Check all your tyres match by looking at the tread pattern and make of each tyre as all should be exactly the same.

Wheel Wobble

Does your steering wheel vibrate at around 40-50mph? If so, one or more of your tyres needs balancing or replacing.

Steering pulls 

If your car seems to be slowly veering in one direction then your tracking is out, your tyre pressure is unequal or the tread on the front tyres doesn’t match.

Sidewall damage

Check the sides of the tyres for any cracks, splits or blisters; this usually happens on older tyres and it signifies they need replacing.

If you’re experiencing any of these issues, or if you just haven’t had your tyres checked professionally for a while, then pop along to your nearest Toyota Dealer and we’ll advise you on the best course of action.