Myytres.co.uk: Don’t Leave It Too Late to Switch to Winter Tyres
When autumn arrives and temperatures start to drop, it’s time for drivers to switch to winter tyres. At average temperatures below seven degrees Celsius, they offer better grip than summer tyres, and thus improve road safety. It’s not for nothing that many European countries require adequate winter tyres by law. But winter tyres don’t just show their strengths in wet, snowy and icy conditions. The softer rubber mix used in winter tyres also ensures improved grip on dry roads. Wider tread grooves and, above all, lots of (usually zig-zag) sipes reduce the risk of the car slipping on snow, mud, or ice. In addition, winter tyres are designed to reduce the risk of aquaplaning on wet roads, thanks to improved water displacement.
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“The arguments in favour of winter tyres aren’t limited to snow and ice. They also show off their advantages in regions where winter is characterised by lower temperatures and increased rainfall”, says Thierry Delesalle of Mytyres.co.uk. “The age, wear, and tread depth of the tyre are decisive in this”, advises Delesalle: “Winter tyres should be replaced at least every four years. Even if they haven’t done much mileage, the rubber hardens and the grip deteriorates. The tread depth is also important, of course. Regardless of the legal minimum, winter tyres shouldn’t have a tread depth of less than four millimetres.”
If you’re looking for new winter tyres, online shops like Eiretyres.com are the most convenient way of finding the perfect product. Mytyres.co.uk offers a comprehensive range of winter tyres and all-season tyres suitable for winter, as well as a selection of useful winter accessories. Thanks to the straightforward search options, customers can find the perfect product for their needs quickly and easily - from premium brands to good-value quality tyres. The purchasing process on Mytyres.co.uk is rounded off by rapid delivery (thanks to our in-house storage) and numerous payment options. Another service advantage: our extensive network of over 300 fitting partners. On request, Mytyres.co.uk can send your tyres to a nearby workshop at no extra cost, where you can then have them professionally fitted.
There are over 100 tyre brands and more than 25,000 models of tyres to be found at Mytyres.co.uk - also including the latest best-rated tyres from official comparison tests. The product portfolio not only includes tyres for cars, motorbikes, lorries, commercial vehicles and buses and wheel-tyre sets, rims. Particularly practical: Your new tyres can be delivered quickly and free of charge* to any address provided. When purchasing tyres, buyers can also choose from more than 2,000 professional car workshop partners across the UK and have the tyres sent to them directly for professional fitting. Many of our partner workshops offer additional services on any aspect of tyres.
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Buy tyres online:
www.reifendirekt.de, www.reifendirekt.at, www.reifendirekt.ch, www.123pneus.ch, www.autobandenmarkt.nl, www.123pneus.fr, www.mytyres.co.uk, www.gommadiretto.it, www.neumaticos-online.es and in many other Delticom online stores.
Everything about tyres from A to Z: www.tyres.net
Tyre tests: www.tyretest.com
Information about the company: www.delti.com
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