What we do
Tyre Treads are a trusted local company providing a Tyre Replacement Service, Emergency Tyre Fitters Services and Tyre Tread Check in Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire area.
Our technicians are available either on an appointment basis or by emergency call-out.
We cover a 40-mile radius around Luton.
The full range of locations we cover are as follows:
- Luton Airport
- Hemel Hempstead
- St Albans
- London Colney
- Leighton Buzzard
- Milton Keynes
- Newport Pagnell
- Welwyn Garden City
- Potters Bar
- Toddington services
- Newport Pagnell services
- St Neots
- Saffron Walden
The Tyre Treads Way
How we can help
At Tyre Treads, we pride ourselves on the outstanding service we provide to all of our customers. We understand how stressful it can be to find yourself stuck at the roadside, whether busy or quiet, day or night, which is why we operate a 24/7 emergency call-out service.
We're here to take the stress away – we can reach you wherever you are in the Beds, Herts or Bucks area within 90 minutes. All of our technicians are fully kitted out and will be more than happy to be the best Tyre Replacement Service you will ever need and help you get back on the road, and on to your destination.
Just call 07957 116116 anytime (make sure you save our number!) and we will be with you in no time.
Find your tyre size
Your tyre size can be found on the side of your current tyre and is a sequence of numbers and letters. There are many variations of tyre sizes so you should check your existing tyre or your vehicle handbook to ensure that the correct size is fitted. On your tyre, you will see a sequence such as 205/55 R16 91W. 205 is the width of your tyre is in millimetres. The 55 indicates the ratio or profile of your tyres. The letter R lets you know what type of tyre it is – in this case, the R stands for radial. The number 16 is the diameter of the wheel rim in inches.
The next number, 91, is the load index of the tyre, letting you know the maximum weight the tyres can safely hold up. The last letter, W, indicates the maximum speed rating for the tyres. The ratings go from A to Y and go up in increments, with W having a maximum speed of 168.
If you are unsure about the tyre sizes for your vehicle, our team will be happy to help.