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x Reinforced tyres

Every tyre has a load index. This value is determined by the European Tyre and Rim Technical Organisation. Reinforced tyres have higher carriage than standard and can therefore easily meet the requirements of vehicles that bear heavier loads.

x Run Flat Tyres

Run Flat tyres allow you to keep driving after a pressure loss. It is possible to drive with a punctured tyre for around 50 miles at a maximum speed of 50 mph.

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Tick to see all tyres that can be delivered within 48 hours. Standard delivery takes about 5 working days.

Cheap Tyres

Cheap tyres Cheap tyres are mainly classified as
economical class tyres.

Cheap tyres are an ideal for every driver, so long as they have excellent qualities and guarantee a high level of safety. These low-cost tyres cater to a variety of car types and seasons; this includes cheap budget tyres for passenger cars, 4x4 vehicles, delivery vans and more, as well as cheap tyres for the winter, summer and all-season.

Most popular cheap summer tyres
  • Aptany RP203

    Aptany RP203
    205/60R15 91 V

    11111 5.0

    £ 50 / 1 piece

    Technical description of the product is not available yet.

  • Nankang Econex NA-1

    Nankang Econex NA-1 is a tyre designed to meet the specific requirements of the summer season. The key elements of the model are a flat block tread and reinforced side zones. The asymmetrically arranged pattern has two different ...

Most popular cheap winter tyres

What are budget tyres?

Cheap tyres, also known as budget tyres or economy tyres, refer to tyres manufactured with the price-conscious driver in mind. They are often designed for urban driving and short-distance travel. As a result, you will need to consider the kind of vehicle you have, as well as define your driving style. Economy models are usually better-suited to calmer drivers and cars with lesser performance capabilities.

How long do budget tyres last?

For more powerful cars and dynamic drivers, there is no guarantee budget tyres could meet the required levels of grip. In the case of vehicles with more power, the tyres may lose grip before they are even properly tested. In the same way, dynamic drivers who use tyres with suboptimal grip and weaker sidewalls will experience severe difficulties when cornering. If you fall into at least one of the two categories, we highly recommend you go for medium or premium class tyres.

Are budget tyres safe?

Budget tyres can also refer to second-hand tyres. While inexpensive, buying second-hand tyres is a considerable risk as the average driver is not able to properly evaluate their quality. Since these often come from salvage cars and other sources, they may have internal damage in spite of a high tread wear indicator. Worse still, this may come to light only after the purchase, e.g. as you are driving. A tyre with no visible flaws can still be very dangerous if you do not know its full history.

Are budget tyres a false economy?

While Asia is home to many established and reliable tyre manufacturers, there are also those who are able to provide astonishingly cheap tyres by cutting down on labour costs, the quality of the materials and the engineering process itself. You may be paying less initially, but very quickly you could see diminishing returns on your purchase as it begins to malfunction or show signs of wear.

What are the best budget tyres?

As with any set of tyres, budget tyres should only be purchased from verified sellers. There are many places where you can buy cheap tyres online, be it Chinese tyres or otherwise, but they may lack the essential certificates and quality control; Europe, for instance, has very strict requirements. The best budget tyres always come from brands that understand and adhere to these standards.