Tyre Replacement, Repair and Guidance
Available throughout the UK

If you're driving a full maintenance or fleet managed vehicle, and you require a replacement or tyre repair, please visit one or our recommended tyre centres.

On arrival at the tyre centre, advise reception the vehicle is with Fleet Financial. We will authorise and pay for the tyres directly.

Northern Ireland
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Charles Hurst Tyres

Modern Tyres

Kwik Fit

Mainland UK

Kwik Fit

Mobile Fitting

Available through Kwik Fit mobile

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Tips and Guidance:

Your tyres play a pivotal role in ensuring your safety on the road. It is advisable to check your tyres weekly and also before embarking on an extended journey

Carrying out these checks can help you decrease fuel expenses, prolong the lifespan of your tyres, and guarantee that your vehicle operates effectively and securely.

If in doubt, please call into one of our recommended tyre centres, they will carry out a free check on your behalf.

Tyre tread depth check - the 20p test!

The 20p test offers a straightforward, swift, and uncomplicated method for assessing the tyre tread on your vehicle.

Simply place a 20p coin into the tread grooves of the tyre.

If the outer band on the coin remains hidden, your tyres are within the legal tread limit.

However, if the band is visible and a section of the coin is exposed, your tyres may be unsafe. Please contact one of our recommended tyre centres immediatley and arrange a tyre check.

Current legal tread limit is 1.6mm, Fleet Financial replace tyres at 2mm and below.

Tyre Pressures

Regularly check your tyre pressures, either fortnightly or before embarking on a long journey. 

This only takes a few minutes and can be done at most petrol stations. 

The recommended pressure for your tyres is often indicated on a sticker inside one of your doors.

Many vehicles are equipped with a Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) that notifies you of incorrect tyre pressure. It is crucial not to ignore this warning.

Both over and underinflated tyres result in longer braking distances, reduced grip, and increased costs. Underinflated tyres diminish fuel efficiency and reduce tyre lifespan by up to 25%. 

After inflating the tyres, remember to reset the TPMS, and your vehicle handbook will guide you through this process. It's important to note that TPMS only monitors tyre pressure, not the remaining tread depth.

If you would like additional support or advice regarding your tyres, please speak to our Maintenance Team.

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