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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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Cheap Tyres

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

For every driver, cheap budget tyres are ideal, so long as they have excellent qualities and still guarantee a high level of safety. These low cost tyres cover a variety of car types and seasons. This includes cheap tyre options passenger, delivery, 4x4 vehicles and more, as well as winter, summer and all-season products.

Most popular cheap summer tyres
  • Delinte DH2

    Delinte DH2
    215/55R17 98 W

    111130 4.3

    £ 46 / 1 piece

    If you are looking for summer tyres that will allow you to use the full performance of your car whatever the weather, Delinte DH2 is a good proposition for you. The tyre uses asymmetric tread that works best in various ...

  • Milestone GREEN SPORT

    Information on the tyre: Milestone GREEN SPORT is a summer tyre of economy class specifically designed for everyday driving. This model is based on a modern rubber compound and has good flexibility both in low and high ...

  • Zeetex HP2000 VFM

    Are you tempted by premium class technological solutions, but are looking for tyres at a more affordable price? Don't go by half-measures anymore. Zeetex HP2000 VFM is a modern tyre combining an attractive price and the type of ...

  • Nexen N'Blue HD Plus

    Nexen N'Blue HD Plus is an improved version of N`Blue HD which was highly regarded by drivers. It is intended for passenger cars, included in the economy class and is equipped with an asymmetric tread pattern. In the new tyre, ...

  • Nexen N'Blue HD Plus

    Nexen N'Blue HD Plus is an improved version of N`Blue HD which was highly regarded by drivers. It is intended for passenger cars, included in the economy class and is equipped with an asymmetric tread pattern. In the new tyre, ...

  • Neolin NeoGreen

    Summer NeoGreen tyres are a great choice for people who are looking for economical product that provides complete, versatile performance in both dry and wet driving conditions. The NeoGreen model offers satisfactory ...

Most popular cheap winter tyres

Cheap tyres overview

“Cheap tyres” basically refer to economy tyres manufactured with a very specific group of drivers in mind. They are often designed for driving in the city or just travelling on short distances. As a result, you often need to consider your type of car, as well as your driving style. Economical models, which are some of the cheapest budget tyres, are designed for cars with a lower engine power, typically used by less aggressive or dynamic drivers.

For stronger cars and drivers, there is no guarantee an economy tyre could meet the required level of grip. In the case of vehicles with higher power, the tyres may lose grip as soon as the car starts to move. If a dynamic driver uses tyres with average grip, as well as a weak sidewall, it will have a massive influence on how the car behaves while cornering. The drivers with more dynamic styles and stronger cars, who often hit the road, are highly recommended to use medium or premium class tyres.

“Cheap tyres” can also refer to budget tyres that are second-hand, previously used tyres. While cheap, these products are very risky, due to the fact that the average driver is not able to properly evaluate their quality. Since these often come from salvage cars and other sources, they may even look good with a high Tread Wear Indicator, but could still have internal damage, which may come to light after purchase while driving. A tyre with no visible flaws can still be very dangerous if you don’t know its story.

Similarly, there are also many Asian brands advertised as ones that offer budget tyres. While many such good brands do exist, these should only be purchased at verified sellers. You can easily find Chinese tyres on sale anywhere on the web - they may lack the essential certificates and quality control though. Europe has very strict requirements, so you should always purchase tyres from a trusted seller that understands and adheres to these standards.