Simply Serviced Tyres

At Simply Serviced are have a full tyre fitting service and are supplied by the UK's two largest tyre suppliers, Stapleton Tyres and Blackcircles.    We hold a good stock of the most common sizes and have access to every tyre size available on fast delivery from our suppliers.   


As with everything at Simply Serviced we offer great value no nonsense prices and exceptional levels of service.   As we are supplied by both Stapleton tyres and Blackcircles it is very unlikely that we will be beaten on price fro a like for like tyre. 


See below some of the Brands we supply.

Dunlop   Firestone   Goodyear   Mitchelin   Kumho   Pirelli   Hankook   Continental   Falken   Yokohama   Toyo   Avon   Bridgestone   Maxxis   Event   Excelon   Nexen   Riken   Matador

  Tyre Advice

Tyre Wear

Tyres wear at all different rates and areas depending on their usage and road conditions.  Ideally you should check both the tyre wear and pressures weekly, however we understand how busy everyones schedules are so we offer a free tyre check at Simply Serviced.  

Below is a list of the common issues with tyre wear so you know what to look for.

In the main abnormal tyre wear results from a suspension or alignment problems, a tyre fault, or the result of driving on under inflated or over inflated tyres.

Identifying this early will both save you money on excessive tyre wear but also ensures your car is as safe as possible.

Edge wear

This is where the inside or outside edge or shoulder of the tyre shows excessive wear in comparison th the rest of the tyre. It results from the tyre leaning in or out.

Edge wear can be caused by a number of issues including, under inflated tyres, suspension misalignment, a bent strut, a broken spring, or damaged control arm bushings.  

Centre tyre wear

This is normally the result of over-inflation. By putting too much air in your tyres, they bulge out in the centre and wear unevenly.

Feathered wear 

A tyre tread that feels smooth when you run your hand across it one way but rough in the opposite direction could indicate a toe wear problem.

This may be due to worn tie rod ends, bent steering linkage or bent steering arms.