How can we help?
Why are my tyre options Budget, MidRange, and Premium? Why can’t I choose a specific brand and pattern of tyre?
What is the best tyre to buy?
I’ve never seen a Tyrenet garage or mobile fitting van. Will a ‘Tyrenet’ tyre fitter come to fix my tyres?
My tyre is flat. My tyre is punctured. My tyre is not worn. My tyres are not that old. My car is nearly brand new. I don’t want to buy a new tyre. I want my tyre to be repaired. Will the tyre fitter do a puncture repair and not fit a new tyre?
We understand that having a breakdown can be a major inconvenience and buying a new tyre when your existing tyre is nearly new or has a lot of life left in it is a also a major disruption to your budget. If your tyre can be repaired, we will repair it. Not all damaged tyres can be repaired, being able to repair it depends on several factors including: puncture location – e.g. a puncture on the sidewall is not repairable, or a puncture too close to the shoulder (edge of tyre) is usually not repairable either. In addition, a large slice into the tread of the tyre would also be ‘unrepairable’.
Repairing a tyre at the side of a motorway is particularly dangerous. Repairing a tyre takes a lot longer than replacing a tyre and it is our intention to keep you and our tyre fitters safe and because of the risk to you and to the fitter, tyres are not repaired at the roadside.
I want my spare tyre fitted. Will the tyre fitter fit my spare tyre?
If your car has a spare tyre, and the spare tyre is in a good, road-worthy (legal) condition, then we will fit the spare.
Should my employees fit their own spare tyre?
Why can’t my tyre be repaired?
Repairing a tyre at the side of a motorway is particularly dangerous. Repairing a tyre takes a lot longer than replacing a tyre and it is our intention to keep you and our tyre fitters safe and because of the risk to you and to the fitter, tyres are not repaired at the roadside. Tyres that have previously been ridden underinflated suffer from internal damage and these tyres therefore cannot be repaired.
Why are tyres so expensive?
Should I buy a part worn tyre?
Are part worn tyres safe?
You cannot guarantee the tyre condition or quality, and neither will the person selling it to you. You take a risk when you buy part worn tyres.
Why don’t Tyrenet sell part worn tyres?
Should I buy a Budget tyre? Should I buy a cheap tyre?
Are Budget tyres safe?
Should I get my vehicle recovered, or should I call Tyrenet?
If you call a recovery service with a tyre related breakdown, the recovery service may fit your spare – if you have one – or recover you into a garage of your choice. Either way, you will still have a tyre problem if you do not call Tyrenet.
The garage that you choose may not have a tyre suitable for your vehicle or your budget. Tyrenet has over 1000 fitting centres across the UK. We will find a garage that stocks the right tyre for you, getting you back on the road as soon as possible and with minimal cost.