New Tyres In Surbiton From £30

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Surbiton Car Tyre Centre

At Clocktower Auto Centre, we appreciate that you can’t always anticipate exactly when you’re going to need a brand new set of tyres on your car – or even just the odd one for that matter! This is why we make full use of the vast space at our purpose built auto centre near Surbiton, and stock a wide range of brand new tyres for a number of car makes and models. Fitted by professional, experienced mechanics, if you need one, two, or four brand new tyres in a hurry, bring your car to us at your earliest convenience. Open every day of the week, you’re only ever a short drive, and a small fee from having the new tyres you need.

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We also believe that it shouldn’t hurt your bank balance to keep your car safe. Having a damaged or deflated tyre on your car can harm other key aspects of the vehicle, and compromise your safety on the road. So, we keep our costs as low as possible, including fitting, so that you don’t ever need to choose between road safety and saving money. We stock leading brands at reassuringly low prices, and don’t charge vast amounts to fit tyres either. Ultimately, we want you to have peace of mind, both while driving, and in day-to-day



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While you’re on our website, you may wish to refer to our handy tyre guide below. If you’ve ever wondered what those letters and numbers stand for on your tyres, this explains it. With this information, you can also search for replacement tyres for your car, by completing the short form above.

This will give you an idea of what you’ll pay for a single new tyre, a pair, or even four replacement tyres at once. Then, all you’ll need to do is call us, or drive on down to have them fitted. Also specialising in servicing, MOTs, and much more, we’re your local car specialists near Surbiton.


If you can’t spot any immediate damage in your tyre, there are several possibilities. A very small nail or sharp object could have damaged the tread, or there could be a problem with the seal, or your tyre could have developed a faulty valve. If the tyre continues to lose pressure, ask a professional to take a look.

A drop in pressure of only 5 psi (pounds per square inch) can lead to degradation of the tyres itself, and affect the quality of your steering. If the recommended pressure is, for instance, 35, even just a 5 psi drop is approaching 20% of the tyre’s recommended pressure.

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