Unit 3 Weir Road Industrial Estate,
Scotland, KA8 8BD
Mon-Fri 08:30 - 17:00
Sat 09:00 - 16:00
We carry thousands of tyres in stock to meet all the major sizes and brands our local customers in Ayr want to buy, we can also source any other brand or specialist tyre usually within the next working day so you never have to wait long. If you somewhere in Seafield, Belmont, Cragie, Holmston & Wallacetown; you can still book your tyres online for our local branch.
Performance Tyres your local Point S member.
Our branch at Performance tyres in Ayr is a modern, fully equipped depot with state of the art equipment and machinery, out highly qualified technicians are ready and able to look after all your tyres needs.
Our member not only is a tyre specialist the Ayr branch is also equipped with the latest 4 wheel alignment machines and equipped to carry out servicing, exhaust repairs and replacement, batteries, brakes and air conditioning.
Call the branch today for more information or better still if you live in Ayr, Seafield, Belmont, Cragie, Holmston or Wallacetown pop into the garage as it’s only a short distance.
Good quick and professional service.
Really friendly and helpful at the Ayr depot and competitively prices
Used them many times and always received great service and great prices
We believe in making it as simple as possible to order tyres in Ayr and the surrounding areas of Seafield, Belmont, Cragie, Holmston & Wallacetown simply pop into the branch or go online and use our easy to use reserve & fit tool.
That’s it; no online payments no up front fees merely pay when the job Is done.
How do you know when to change tyres?
The legal limit is when there is 1.6mm of tread across the profile of the tyre but the performance reduces as the tyre tread diminishes, stopping distances increase as well as grip in damp or wet conditions.
It is advisable to have your tyres checked regularly which we at Point S and Performance Tyres are happy to do free of charge at our Ayr branch to check for tread depth but also for signs of uneven wear. Uneven tyre wear causes lots of potential issues
Also if your car veers to one side under braking or pulls to one side or the other you should get the tracking and tyres checked immediately.