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New car tyres Weybridge

Don’t shop around for new tyres near Weybridge any longer than you need to. At Clocktower Auto Centre we constantly stock a wide range of leading brand tyres for all car and Class 4 vehicle makes and models. Professionally fitted by a team of dedicated, experienced professionals, you’ll only ever have a short wait before having anything from a single tyre to a full new set on your car. Also specialising in repairs, services, MOTs, and more, make us your go-to team for keeping your car roadworthy and safe throughout the year.

Cheap new tyres Weybridge

Over the years, we’ve found that people return to us time and time again due to our impeccable efficiency, and the reassuring costs of both our products and services. We don’t charge an arm and a leg for new tyres, and stock such a wide range that you can get the best quality at the most affordable prices. This way, if you’re on a budget, simply let us know what you can afford and we’ll find new tyres that suit your price range. True, second-hand tyres might be cheaper, but they’ll cost you more in the long run – which is why we fit new tyres as standard every time.



Weybridge new tyres fitted

When you bring your car to us, one of the team will happily find the right new tyres for you. However, if you wish to pick a brand yourself beforehand, use our handy tyre guide, below, to find the tyres that are right for your car.

Then, you can either input your registration, above, or use the details on your existing tyres to complete the form at the top right. This will let you know what tyres are right for your car, and you can get an idea of how much they’ll cost. Rest assured though, at Clocktower Auto Centre we’ll pair the right tyres, at the right price, for you.


When completely or close to flat, you risk damaging your rims by driving any distance at all. While the flat tyre will act as a cushion, it will be nothing more than that. If you can’t inflate it whatsoever, put the spare on and have the tyre replaced as soon as possible.

If you have to pop your spare tyre on, the general rule is to not drive any faster than 50mph, and no further than 70 miles. Unless you have a new tyre as the spare, spares don’t usually have a deep enough tread to last for long, and you could compromise other parts of your car by driving on it any further.

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