Find & reserve your new tyres with our online booking tool, and we'll fit them at any of our four local branches from only £23.
Lindleys Autocentres stock a large variety of tyres in all types, sizes and brands to offer you the highest quality to suit every budget. If the tyre you desire is not in stock we will be happy to order it for you.
All you have to do is enter your vehicle registration number above to get started. You’ll then be shown a wide selection of premium, mid-range and budget tyres. Simply pick the tyres you desire and you’ll be free to pick a date and time that’s convenient for you to have your new tyres fitted at any of our autocentres in Nottingham.
We don't only supply the best quality tyres available, we also provide a range of tyre services:
Caring For Your New Tyres
Tyre Pressure – You need to check your tyre pressures regularly to ensure they meet the required recommendations. If you are unsure of your pressures visit one of our branches and we will check and top up your tyre pressures free of charge. Tyre pressure depends on the load of the vehicle, the weather conditions and the length of your journeys. If your tyre pressures are incorrect it can cause the car to pull to one side, excessive tyre wear and lower your fuel economy.
Tyres should be frequently checked for bulges, cracks and cuts, any of these can result in a blow-out which can be very dangerous at high speed. Don’t leave a tyre check until your MOT or next service. If you are unsure please visit one of our branches in Nottingham for a free tyre check. Faulty tyres, old tyres, bumping up and down kerbs, tracking, over inflation or under inflation can all cause any of these problems, so get them checked out!
Take a read of our How to Maintain Your Car's Tyres article.
The legal limit for minimum depth of the tread on your tyres is 1.6 millimetres, across the central ¾ of the tread around the complete circumference of the tyre. Your tyres are the only contact you have with the road. Anything less than 1.6mill can put you and any passengers at serious risk. Illegal tyres will also earn you 3 points per tyre on your driving license.
Take a read of our How to Check Tyre Tread Depth article.
As a motorist, you should know how important it is to have a decent, safe set of tyres. Research released by TyreSafe earlier this year revealed that unsafe tyres are leading to an alarming number of fatalities. According to the research, there were as many as 5,677 casualties from tyre-related incidents in the last five years. According to the research, 36% of all vehicle default related casualties were caused by tyres - higher than the number caused by faulty brakes (35%).
Take a read of our Get Serious About Tyre Safety article.