Tyres in Hersham From £30

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Fitting brand new tyres in Hersham

Noticed a little less grip as you’re steering, or the pressure dropping more regularly in your tyres from day to day? No problem – with Clocktower Auto Centre behind you, you’ll never have to worry about getting the right tyres fitted at the right cost to you. We have a wide range of sizes and brands in stock at all times, and expert fitters readily available each and every day.

Plus, with our handy search options, above, helping you to find the right tyre options for your car, you’ll always know exactly what you need. At Clocktower Auto Centre, we make finding and fitting new tyres in Hersham a simple process for every client.

Cheap new tyres in Hersham

You’ll also be pleased to know that we don’t believe that even brand new tyres from leading brands should cost you any more than they need to. We keep the cost of fitting your tyres reasonable so that you’re getting the very best value for money and can also take care of any other minor repairs and maintenance at a positive price.

We also deliver MOTs, services and everything you need to keep your car in top condition. If you ever experience any issue with your vehicle, just drive on in to see us and we’ll provide a professional, dedicated service. We’re never further away than a call, email or short drive on down to see us.



A range of new tyres in Hersham

If you take a close look at your tyres, you’ll see a range of numbers and letters – as demonstrated on the handy guide below. This information effectively tells you the right size for your vehicle, allowing you to then shop around and research the best tyres for your car and how you use it.

Rest assured, however, that our professional mechanics will need only a very quick look at your car before recommending the right new tyres. Every member of our team is vastly experienced in all aspects of car repair, maintenance and fitting replacements.


The pressure, or PSI, of tyres will drop naturally over time. However, problems with the valve, either through wear and tear or due to defective parts, can also be a problem, while temperature drops, small punctures and low tread can also influence the pressure.

Regardless of the overall condition of your tyres, it is recommended that you replace them every six years. The simplest way to maintain tyres, in any condition, is to ensure that they are filled with the right amount of pressure (PSI) for the size, make and model.

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