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At Thames Motor Group we stock a large range of tyres for all your vehicle requirements, including Dunlop, Continental, Michelin, Goodyear and Bridgestone. We also know that replacing your tyres can be a costly process so we also have a good selection of value tyres available, depending on your needs. Additionally, you can purchase from us safe in the knowledge that we will price match, should you find your tyres cheaper elsewhere.

We understand that the knowing what tyre to purchase can be unclear so our manufacturer trained technicians are on hand to advise you on the most appropriate tyre for your vehicle.
The tyres on your vehicle have to comply with the legal UK requirements depending on their driving purpose; different tyres are required for different vehicles. It's also important to monitor the tyre tread – the minimum legal requirement is 1.6 millimetres, although we would advise changing your tyre before the tread reaches this level. The lower the tyre tread, the less able the tyre is to grip the road effectively and in wet conditions this has an even bigger impact on safe driving. It is also important to make sure that your tyre is correctly inflated as this can affect the life of the tyre.

To arrange a free tyre check, give us a call or alternatively fill out the enquiry form and someone will be in touch to arrange an appointment.

Call us today on 01892 256041 (Tunbridge Wells) or 01753 325053 (Slough)

Some of the tyres we stock at Thames Motor Group in Tunbridge Wells and Slough include:

Bridgestone
Bridgestone have been manufacturing tyres for over 80 years, starting out in the 1950s as Japan's largest tyre maker and becoming global during the 1980s. Cutting edge tyre innovation has helped Bridgestone win its first Formula 1 Championship in 1998. A worldwide reputation for excellence, Bridgestone spends £300m a year in research and development to achieve maximum performance in all weather conditions. Its technology helps redefine the limits of safety, performance and efficiency whilst also taking into account the environmental impact.


Continental
Continental tyres are a world-class leading tyre manufacturer with a large focus on research and development to meet the highest demands of performance, safety and comfort. They are renowned for supreme quality and rigorous quality control testing. They have been manufacturing tyres for over 130 years and as such have become one of the world's major automotive component suppliers with operations in 35 countries. They are a key player in Europe, not only as a trusted Original Equipment supplier to European passenger car manufacturers but since 2003, 1 in 4 of all European cars has been produced with tyres developed by Continental.

Dunlop
Dunlop tyres have been in existence for over 120 years and in that time have become one of the world's largest and respected tyre brands. Dunlop has played an important role in the pioneer and development of tyres over the last century not only with standard passenger vehicles but also on the race track. By the 1920s Dunlop had manufactured tyres capable of speeds of up to 200mph and these innovations have produced exceptional results on the race track. This success has led to an unrivalled reputation amongst car enthusiasts everywhere.

Goodyear
Goodyear tyres are one of the world's leading tyre companies. Having been in existence since 1898 they are now number one in North America and number two in Europe with annual sales reaching over $15 billion US dollars. They constantly seek to improve the technology in tyre development and were responsible for the EfficientGrip tyre which has reduced fuel consumption without reducing other safety measures. They have recently played an important part in the introduction of the EU tyre label, providing customers with key information about a tyre's safety, environmental impact, grip and fuel efficiency. Goodyear were also the first tyre manufacturer to put a tyre on the moon.

Michelin
Michelin are a leading global tyre manufacturer with a presence in over 170 countries, perhaps most renowned for their famous logo which actually won an award in 2000 for 'Best Logo Symbol of all time', by a Financial Times worldwide panel. Michelin were established in 1905 in London and their tyre production commenced in Stoke-on-Trent in 1927, where to this day remains as the company's head office. They employ innovative techniques to make advancements in tyre development, with tyres that optimise three performances of safety, longevity and fuel savings, designed with the customer at the forefront of their development.