When to Change the Tyre?

When to Change the Tyre?


Changing tyres seem a bit expensive. But you can not put your life and others online to save a few extra bucks. It is necessary to replace the tyre on time or repair them if needed. There are several reasons for your tyres to need replacement.


Most important is to know how old your tyre is. The manufacturers mention the weak and the year of manufacture on the sidewall of the tyre. The average age of Car Tyres Croydon is 5 years. You can increase the life expectancy of a tyre to an extent. But you can not expect your tyre to live as long as your vehicle. It needs a retirement as well. 

Unrepairable Flat 

It is common to have a flat tyre. Because of the incorrect inflation, one can experience a flat tyre. It can be caused due to negligence or leaks caused by the penetration of sharp objects such as twigs or nails. A punctured tyre is repairable but a flat tyre needs a replacement. 

Badly Damaged Tyre

Jumping over potholes or speed breakers can cause damage to the tyres. Even something as small as nails or rocks can damage the sidewall of the tyre. Therefore, ending the life of a tyre. After this, you need an immediate replacement for your tyre.

Uneven Wear

Because of too much or too less inflation, a tyre can wear unevenly. You can notice uneven wear by looking at your tyres. If the centre and the edges of the tyre do not seem to have uneven wearing. Your tyre needs a replacement.

Worn Out Tyre

the tyres are bound to wear with time. However, the legal tread depth of a tyre is 1.6mm. A tyre with tread depth below this needs replacement. Driving a tyre with a tread depth below 1.6mm can result in a blowout or much worse.

Irregular Size

Tyres need to be in sync to perform properly. People choose to interfere with the original size of the tyre for more robust looks. This can put an im[act on your tyre. This can end with you paying for a tyre replacement sooner than usual. Even a slight change in the size of the tyre can affect the stability and overall performance of the vehicle. We offer a wide range of tyres of different sizes and tread patterns.

Reason of Damage

  • Physical factor 
  • Inadaptable climate
  • Road conditions 
  • Improper usage
  • Bad driving habit

How to Choose a Tyre?

A tyre should be suitable to your needs as well as your tyres. A misfit can end up giving you a poor driving experience and also cause an unfortunate incident. There are a few factors that one should consider before purchasing a new tyre.


One might not know which size of the tyre is required for a certain vehicle. That is why manufacturers mention the correct size of the tyre in the car manual. Some people choose to buy a bigger tyre than the original because of its robust looks and better performance. But this can put an impact on your vehicle in addition to the burden on your pocket because of the replacement. 

Width of the Tyre

The width of the tyre mainly depends on the usage of the vehicle. If you are more of an adventure person. Or likes to go on drives on hilly roads or off-roading, the wide width tyre will offer you an exhilarating driving experience. Whereas if you use these tyres around the town, they won’t be able to give you the performance that you are hoping for. Moreover, these tyres are not very fuel-efficient.

Weather Condition

It is important to know in which weather conditions you are going to use your vehicle to buy a tyre. Since the tyres are only components in contact with the surface, they experience the cold and warmth transmitted through the pavement. That is seasonal tyres are designed. To offer better efficiency in every season. There are three kinds of seasonal tyres, summer tyres, winter tyres and all-season tyres. Each of them with its unique features is to be used in specific weather conditions.

Tread Pattern

Treads are mainly responsible for traction between the tyres are the surface. There are three kinds of tread patterns, symmetric tread pattern, asymmetric tread pattern and directional tread pattern. Each of them has its unique ability which offers a better driving experience.

Rubber Compound

The rubber compound of a tyre is responsible for its overall performance. Tyre failure is most common during warm weather because of the overheating of tyre rubber. A quality rubber compound resists overheating and hence avoid the possible blowouts.

We offer you a wide range of Tyres Long Lane Wood. With the assistance of our skilled operator. You can buy the tyre that suits you the best as well as your car.