Discover all our tyre brands: from premium to mid-range tyre brands

Order the best brand tyres online for your vehicle (car, truck, 4x4...). Choose between a large range of premium and mid-range tyre brands (Michelin, Continental….). Summer tyres, winter tyres or all season brand tyres.

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Buy tyres online: car tyre brands or for all vehicles

At Point S, we offer you all the best tyre brands at the best price. Whether you are interested in Michelin tyres, Goodyear tyres, Bridgestone tyres, Continental tyres, Pirelli tyres, Yokohama tyres, Dunlop tyres or BFGoodrich tyres, your Point S garage will be able to fit your favourite car tyres.

As a tyre specialist, we offer a wide range of tyres for all budget, from premium tyres to budget tyres. Many different tyre sizes are also available for car tyres, motorcycle tyres, tractor tyres, van tyres, truck tyres and 4x4 tyres. Whatever your need and the season, you will find a tyre brand that fits you. For more information, click on the tyre brand of your choice below and order your tyres online.

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Can you fit different tyre brands?

There is no legal obligation to fit the same tyre brands on the front and rear of your vehicle. You can use different tyre brands on your car. Even though it does not matter what brand of tyres you put on your car, we recommend fitting the same brand, size, tread pattern, load index and speed rating on the front and rear for optimal safety and performance.

What are premium tyre brands?

Premium tyres are more expensive but have excellent quality rubber compounds that extend the longevity of tyre. Premium tyre manufacturers also invest a lot to provide you with the best tyres, working on fuel efficiency, performance on wet roads or reducing the stopping distance.

You can find Goodyear tyres, Michelin tyres, Continental tyres, Bridgestone tyres, Dunlop tyres or Pirelli tyres at the Point S tyre shop near you.

What is a good mid-range tyre brand?

Mid-range tyre brands are cheaper than premium tyre brands but still offer excellent performance. They are a good alternative, with a good balance between price and performance. At Point S, we can fit for you the following mid-range tyres: Point S Tyres, Avon tyres, Firestone tyres, Yokohama tyres, Toyo tyres and Uniroyal tyres.

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How to choose the right tyres for your car?

Fitting the right tyres for your vehicle is very important as it will improve fuel efficiency, acceleration, braking system and so your safety. By checking your current set of tyres and your car manual, you can get the main information you need to choose the best tyres for your car like tyre size, tyre brand or manufacturer’s name. Make sure to buy the right car tyres. Your local branch will be happy to advise you if needed.

What is a good quality tyre ?

Good quality tyres will last longer, be very stable and efficient control, generate low noise and make you save fuel. You can tell that by checking the tread of the tyre to see the compound used by the car manufacturer. By listening the noise of your tyres, it will also give you some hints. There is a lot of top tier tyre brand on the Uk market: Continental, Bridgestone, Pirelli...

How do I choose a tyre brand?

You are wondering which are the best tyre brands for a car? The best tyres for a vehicle are the ones that will match first your vehicle make and model. On the sidewall of your current set of tyres, you will find your current tyre brand and tyre size. In your car manual, you will also some indications about what tyres you need for your vehicle.

How long do brand new tyres last?

It depends on your way of driving, the number of miles you drive by year and the car tyre brand you use. Premium tyres are more likely to last longer than other tyre brands. Indeed, the rubber compounds on premium tyres have an excellent quality and are made to offer customers a better longevity of tyre. Brand new tyres last in average 20,000 miles for front tyres and 50,000 miles for rear tyres. However, if you notice your tyres are worn out before the recommended miles, go to your tyre shop near you as soon as possible as it may be dangerous.

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