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We know what’s right for your Ford. That’s why the best place to get new tyres for your vehicle is your local Ford Dealer or
Ford Authorised Repairer.

Our specialists can advise you on the correct type and size of tyre to conform to safety laws, show you what to look out for when checking your tyres, and will be happy to guide you in finding the right new tyre for your Ford, based on your driving patterns and available budget.

We offer brand names at attractive recommended retail prices, including parts and labour, and will check all wheel components for you during the course of the tyre fitting.

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With brand names at attractive recommended retail prices, and parts, fitting and checks all included, not to mention expert advice, your Ford Dealer is the best place to get new tyres.

Explore our current offers for great deals on tyres for your Ford.


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Your tyres are the only part of your vehicle in continuous contact with the road – so fitting the correct specification is vital for vehicle performance and safety. We offer a range of tyre types, from standard summer tyres, all season and winter tyres to run flat safety tyres. And our experts can help you make the right choice.


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Regularly checking that your tyres have the correct air pressure, are in good condition and have adequate tread depth, will ensure that your vehicle performs properly in all conditions.

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Tyres have many symbols and markings required by law. These include manufacturer details, tread pattern, size, load index, speed rating and date of production. One of the most important is the ECE-approval symbol and number, a legal requirement confirming the tyre can be sold in Europe.


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The EU Tyre Label


The EU tyre label provides you with more transparency when choosing a new tyre. The label has three grades which cover the key aspects of fuel efficiency, grip in wet conditions and external noise. This allows you to make a more informed decision when comparing different tyres for your vehicle.


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