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Tyre Fitting Checklist

Below are some key aspects of the tyre fitting, including what to remember, what to expect and what to do after the fitting.

Pre Fitting

  • Please ensure you have read our terms and conditions.
  • Please ensure that you have your locking wheel nut key and that the fitting centre is made aware of its location.
  • Make sure you double check the tyre size, speed rating and load rating of the tyres in your order against your existing tyre size. If you have ordered the wrong set in error, contact us.
  • Double check the location of the garage and you have directions on how to get there.
  • Double check the date and time of your fitting to ensure you arrive in plenty of time for your appointment.
  • Remember to confirm with the fitter which tyres are being changed when you arrive.
  • Take along your order number to the fitting centre (starting BC).

What To Expect at Your Fitting

  • Please allow approximately 30 minutes for the fitting of each tyre. Please note this is an average figure - some tyres may take longer and others shorter to fit.
  • The fully fitted price includes; valve, balance, VAT and case disposal. Specialist fitment valves, (e.g. pressure sensors or metal bodied valves) are not included. These may incur additional costs from the garage if a replacement is required.
  • Any extra services (i.e tracking, alignment, swap overs) are payable directly to the centre and are not the responsibility of
  • If you do not wish for your tyres to be disposed of let, the fitter know when you arrive.

After the Fitting

  • After your tyres have been fitted, it is strongly recommended that your wheel nuts are checked after approximately 50 miles. This is to ensure they have settled correctly and have remained at the correct torque setting.
  • Check the air pressure of your tyres once a fortnight. To find out what the correct pressure is for your vehicle, check your Owner’s Manual.