There are several brands of tyres available in the market. Some of these brands have cheap tyres compared to others. When we say cheap tyres, we are referring to tyres which meet all the safety standards and have been thoroughly tested before being put on the market.


Before we go ahead and mention more about the cheap tyres we have, we would like to remind the readers that making sure that your vehicle is well-maintained and in safe working condition is very important. This applies much more to your vehicles tyres as faulty tyres are directly responsible for road accidents and severe injuries. Something most people overlook is the periodic inspection of the condition of the spare car tyre.


Value for money:


When talking about cheap tyres, it is important to understand the value you are getting for your money. Should you buy cheap tyres or expensive tyres? The correct question to ask is “Am I getting justified value for my money?”. A quick google search will show just how many dealers are claiming to provide what they call ‘cheap tyres’.


Generally speaking, a product that is cheaper would be lacking in certain features or there would be a compromise you would have to make. Similarly, an expensive product would generally have better features. But this is not always true. Some of the expensive products out there do not offer much extra features compared to their cheaper counter parts which justifies the extra cost.


The value for money question will be a difficult to answer if you do not have an idea on how to check value. Let us try and breakdown few things you might look out for to judge the value being delivered.


How to check the quality and performance of tyres?


You can check these markers to gauge the quality of a tyre:


Fuel Efficiency: Different tyres will burn the fuel at different rate. A tyre with grade (A) for fuel efficiency is the best and (G) rating is the worst when it comes to fuel efficiency.


Wet Performance: A tyres ability to grip the surface during wet conditions is also recorded. Once again an (A) rating indicates good tyre grip during wet conditions whiles (G) rating indicates a lowest acceptable rating for wet surfaces.


Noise Level: The noise level of the tyre on the road, rated from 1 sound wave (quietest) to 3 sound waves (loudest), along with the level of passing noise in decibels (e.g. 72dB) is important part of checking quality of tyre.


Lowest Possible Cost


Remember, price shouldn’t be the sole reason for choosing a tyre. You should choose a cheap tyre that provides the functionality and is fit for purpose. Our tream will be more than happy to advise you on your requirement and help you stay within you budget.


Cheap tyres are readily and easily available at a low price point. Modern technology has made it possible to produce tyres that are safe for variety of road consitions and don’t break the bank. As with any tyres, it will still be important to pay attention to correct tyre pressure, regular rotation and inspection to ensure that the tyres last you a long time.


Some advantages of buying cheap tyres


Of course, it’s understandable that people want to put off buying a new tyre, especially given the price involved. When you buy cheap tyres:

  • You save your money.
  • You still get new tyres instead of part-worn used tyres.
  • You still get same features as some of the more expensive tyres out there.

We would like to introduce the brands we stock. This short list includes all the brands we have:


We would like to highlight Landsail tyres here. Landsail tyres have been focused on making tyres that people love. They have variety of tyres for cars which come at a very cheap price without compromising on the safety. Their unique design and manufacturing technologies deliver high-quality, long lasting tyres for different passenger vehicles on the road.


Some advantages of buying cheap tyres


Of course, it’s understandable that people want to put off buying a new tyre, especially given the price involved. When you buy cheap tyres:

  • You save your money.
  • You still get new tyres instead of part-worn used tyres.
  • You still get same features as some of the more expensive tyres out there

Conclusion


How do you tell when it is time to change your tyres and buy some new tyres that are also cheap? You should look out for these signs.

  • Irregularities of the tyres
  • If the tyres have any kind of blisters
  • If the tyres have any kind of bulging
  • When there is piece of rubber missing.

As a general rule, you should inspect your tyres every month. Buying and fixing cheap tyres doesn’t mean that you give up on essential maintenance of your tyres. This will ensure that you’re not compromising on your and your loved ones safety and your tyres last you a long time.