We supply top brand tyres such as Bridgestone tyres, Pirelli tyres, Dunlop tyres, Continental tyres, Goodyear tyres and Michelin tyres,
as well as mid-range alternatives including Avon tyres, Firestone tyres and Yokohama tyres, and exclusive mid-range brands such as Sailun tyres and Barum tyres.

We've also got a range of quality budget brand tyres. We have the biggest range of tyres in stock at the lowest tyre prices online, ready to fit while you wait.


We stock Original Equipment tyres (O.E.) for the majority of makes and models and our branch staff can recommend the best tyre for your vehicle including:

  • Alfa Romeo car tyres,
  • Aston Martin car tyres,
  • Bentley car tyres,
  • BMW car tyres,
  • Chrysler car tyres,
  • Citroen car tyres,
  • Fiat car tyres,
  • Ford car tyres,
  • Honda car tyres,
  • Jaguar car tyres,
  • Land Rover tyres,
  • Lexus car tyres,
  • Mazda car tyres,
  • Mercedes car tyres,
  • Mini car tyres,
  • Mitsubishi car tyres,
  • Nissan car tyres,
  • Peugeot car tyres,
  • Porsche car tyres,
  • Renault car tyres,
  • Range Rover tyres,
  • Rover car tyres,
  • Saab car tyres,
  • Subaru car tyres,
  • Toyota car tyres,
  • TVR car tyres,
  • Vauxhall car tyres,
  • Volkswagen car tyres,
  • Volvo car tyres.


  • What Type Of Tyres To Choose?

    The tyre you need depends greatly on the kind of car you drive and the type of driving you do.
    If you drive short distances in and around town on the school run or to the local shops then economy and safety will be a primary concern when choosing a tyre.
    If you do a lot of motorway driving then low noise, comfort and fuel saving might be factors in helping you find the right tyre.
    Drivers with luxury cars and sports cars will be interested in high performance tyres, which offer precision handling, excellent traction and manoeuvrability at speed.

  • How Do I Know When My Tyres Need Replaced?

    If you notice that your car is not performing as well in wet weather, that it doesn't handle or grip, or takes longer to stop when you brake then your tyres may need replacing. As tyre wear is a gradual process it can be hard to tell when your tyre needs changing which is why we recommend monthly tyre checks.

  • How Do I Measure Tread Depth?

    A quick and simple way to check your tread depth is with a 20p coin. Insert the coin into the tread grooves at three separate places on your tyre.
    If you can see the outer rim of the 20p piece, then this could indicate that your tread is close to or below the legal minimum of 1.6mm and you should visit National to have your tyres checked.
    You should perform a quick visual inspection of the general condition of your tyres too.

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