Expert Tyre Care Advice from Protyre 

How much do you know about your tyres and what to look for to ensure your safety while driving? Protyre’s trustworthy tyre technicians have a wealth of experience when it comes to the care, maintenance and fitment of tyres. The articles in this section provide expert advice for improving the longevity and safety of your tyres and offer reliable solutions to tyre-related conundrums, such as; speed and load rating, dangers of part worn tyres, seasonal tyre selection, important tyre pressure information and much more!

24-hour mobile tyre fitting: the perfect solution to lockdown tyre issues

The Coronavirus lockdown has meant that many people are using their cars far less than usual. But for some, they are essential for either getting to the shops or getting to/from work.


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All Season Tyres: Ultimate Guide

All the way back in 1977, Goodyear unveiled a tyre called the Tiempo. This was the first tyre to be referred to as 'all season’.


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Benefits of Tyre Rotation - Why You Should Rotate Your Tyres

Do you want to get the most out of your tyres? If you want to optimise the lifespan of your tyres, you need to visit your local Protyre garage.
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Can Car Tyres Be Put on the Wrong Way?

It’s easy to assume all tyres are the same. After all, they’re black, round, made of rubber and they fit on your car. But while many tyres are multi-directional, not all of them are.
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Can tyres be repaired with a screw in?

Driving over a screw that then punctures and becomes embedded in your tyre can be an extremely frustrating experience. It will leave you wondering can tyres be repaired with a nail in (or a screw) and worrying about whether you will need a whole new tyre which can be very expensive.


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Can You Change the Tyre Size on Your Car?

If you’re thinking of changing the size of your car tyres, there are a couple of things you need to think about first.
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Can you repair a run flat tyre with a nail in it?

Punctures can be a pain and run flat tyres can save you a lot of roadside hassle. But can you repair a run flat tyre that has a nail in it or any other kind of damage? To answer that question we should look at what a run flat tyre is and how they work.


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