- Replace all four at once
It’s a good idea to replace all four at once. For optimum handling and control we recommend they are all the same type and size, unless otherwise specified by the vehicle manufacturer.
- Make sure they match
If you’re only buying two, make sure the new ones match the tyres you’re keeping, and that this is permitted by your local laws and by the vehicle manufacturer.
- Put new tyres on the rear axle
For better traction and stability when you drive, if you are only buying two, put them on the rear wheels.
- Radials and non-radials
If both must be fitted to the same vehicle, put the radials on the rear axle.
- Never mix
Radials and non-radials on the same axle.
- Different speed ratings
It’s not recommended to fit different speed ratings. However, if they are fitted with different speed ratings they should be installed with like pairs on the same axle.
- Load-carrying capacity
Make sure replacement tyres have an equal or greater load-carrying capacity to what the original equipment manufacturer specifies.
Please contact us if you would like us to check or change your tyres.