A44 Tyre Shop, Bromyard Road, St. Johns, Worcester, WR2 5EE


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With over 2,000 top brand to budget tyres in stock we should have what you are looking for. But if we haven't we can get it! There are lots of things to think about when buying tyres for your car, so please give us a call to discuss how we can help you.

Our house brand is called Kumho and offers you a good price for excellent quality. Kumho is fitted as standard to VW, Mercedes, Mitsubishi, Kia and Hyundai. You can also choose from other tyre brands including Michelin, Bridgestone and Goodyear.

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All brands stocked! Car / Van / 4x4 - To suit every budget!

Tyre size

How to read your tyre tread size
  • Width

    Make a note of the tyre width - usually a three digit number at the start if the tyre size, on the sidewall.

  • Profile

    Then make a note of the tyre profile - this denotes the height of the tyre sidewall using the aspect ratio of the tyre width.

  • Diameter

    The third element of the tyre size is the wheel diameter - usually preceeded by a 'R'.

  • Load Rating

    The load capacity of a tyre determines what weight each tyre is able to carry - found after the diameter reading.

  • Speed Rating

    Find the Speed Rating - usually the last element of the tyre size which should be a letter e.g. 'V'.

Tyre advice & safety

The legal limit for minimum depth of the tread on your tyres is 1.6 millimetres, across the central 3/4 of the tread going around the complete circumference of the tyre.

All tyres are constructed with tread wear indicators. Tread wear indicators show when the tyre has worn down to the legal limit. For safety reasons it is recommended that you replace your tyres before the legal limit is reached.

Leading motoring organisations recommend 2mm and a regular check of your tyres can help you to avoid up to 3 penalty points and £2,500 in fines (per tyre) for having tyres fitted to your vehicle that are worn beyond the legal minimum limit.

Mixing brands and patterns of the same construction type is permissible depending on the vehicle type and manufacturers recommendation but most vehicle and tyre manufacturers recommend that same type and make of tyre across an axle as a minimum and ideally the same type and make of tyre fitted to all four wheels.

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Services we offer

MOT Tests & Repair
Wheel Balancing
4 Wheel Alignment
Wire Wheel Balancing
A44 Tyre Shop, Bromyard Road, St. Johns, Worcester, WR2 5EE