We stock some of the biggest and best tyre brands in the industry and they’re all available at affordable prices.
As we understand the sheer importance of quality tyres, you can choose between the likes of Michelin, Continental, Goodyear, Pirelli, Dunlop and Bridgestone.
All of our prices are all inclusive as they include fitting, balancing and disposal.
All inclusive price
As all of our prices are all inclusive; what you see is what you get. The price that you’re presented with includes the tyre, delivery, fitting and disposal – there aren’t any hidden extras.
As you pay online, you don’t need to pay anything when you get to the fitting centre!
Correct fit guarantee
Knowing what tyres to get for your car can often be a difficult task, what makes it even more daunting is the number of brands of car tyres to choose from. With plenty of reputable tyre manufacturers out there, RAC Tyres will make sure you choose the right ones for your vehicle. Offering a correct fit guarantee, our professionals utilise their skills and expertise to ensure that no wrong tyres are fitted.
225/50R17 98Y - Dunlop SP Sport 01
Extra Load Tyre
XL stands for Extra Load. They use a more reinforced compound to carry heavier loads, but are the same size as normal tyres. If your car had XL tyres factory fitted then you must choose XL tyres for any new ones you buy.
Summer tyres offer optimal safety performance above +7 degrees celsius. The compounds used are meant to facilitate good handling and grip, on dry and wet roads alike.
In November 2012, a standard label for vehicle tyres will be mandatory throughout Europe: based on three criteria, the EU tyre label provides information on the environmental and safety characteristics of a tyre with the aim of increasing road safety and reducing pollution.
Tyre labelling for fuel economy ranges from A to G. It uses a coloured scale: a black arrow with a large white letter points to the rating for the tyre. Tyres with the best fuel economy have a green ‘A’ rating. Tyres with the worst mpg have a red ‘G’ rating.
Tyre labelling for wet grip ranges from A to G. A black arrow and white letter points to the rating for that tyre. The rating depicts stopping distances in rainy weather.
Tyre labelling for noise is made up of three ‘sound wave’ bars. The rating can be either one, two or three black-coloured bars; the overall decibel rating is given in large white numbers.