Here at Burrows Kia, we know that finding and fitting tyres needs to be done quickly, efficiently and to suit your driving needs.
Exclusively to Burrows if you buy one tyre from us you can get the second for half price. If you are looking to stock up on tyres or simply to replace them all you will get the fourth free when you buy three tyres. Please note that this offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer – and is not to be used with Burrows Rewards. Our price promise to you is that we will beat any ‘like for like’ tyre quote within a 15-mile radius.
All you need to do is contact our Burrows Kia dealership to find out if we have the tyre(s) you need in stock and if we don’t we will try our very hardest to source the correct tyres for you as quickly as possible. Sourcing, servicing and fitting tyres are just a part of the slick service that we aim to provide to Burrows customers.
Worn tyres are not good. If a tyre lacks tread then the contact between it and the road surface is reduced, resulting in less grip.
If all four tyres have little grip due to low treads, then it is an accident waiting to happen. Not only that, if you’re caught with an illegal tread depth you could face a hefty £2,500 fine and three penalty points. If all four tyres are below the legal limit you could face losing your driving licence as well as an eye watering £10,000 fine.
So, what is the minimum tyre tread depth? In the UK and Europe, it is 1.6mm across the central three-quarters of the tyre and this must be all the way around the tyre circumference. The easiest way to check this is by using a 20 pence piece. Simply slot it into the main tyre tread groove and if the outer band of the 20 pence piece is obscured then your tread is above the legal limit. If the outer band is visible, then the tread depth is too low and the tyre should be replaced immediately.
Most cars sold today come with a tyre repair kit rather than a spare wheel. Some people may find the thought of having to use one quite daunting but they are very simple to use. They are also much cleaner and quicker to use than changing a wheel.
So, let’s talk about using a tyre repair kit. You’ll find it in the usual place - under the boot floor. Most sealants are pressurised so you’ll only need to remove the cap and then connect the bottle to the valve on the tyre. Then connect the compressor to the accessory socket, switch it on and leave it for no more than ten minutes. You’ll then see the tyre inflate before your very eyes.
You’ll then need to drive around for a couple miles so the sealant can spread around the tyre. Then head to our Burrows Kia centre in and we’ll get the tyre replaced for you by one of our manufacturer trained Technicians.
If you’d like to enquire about the types of tyres and services Burrows Kia provides, don’t hesitate to give us a ring, pop into our showroom, or drop us an email via our contact form which can be accessed above or below.
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