Buy Tyres Online - How It Works
Buying tyres and garage services in three simple steps
Find Your Tyres
Use your registration number or your tyre size to search our stock for the right tyre for your car, 4x4 or SUV. We have access to a vast stock of budget, mid-range and premium tyres.
Once you’ve added your tyres to your shopping basket you can add any of our additional services.
Choose your fitting date/time and confirm your contact details and you're done. You only pay when the work is done and you're happy with it.
LINDLEY'S AUTOCENTRES NOTTINGHAM
Lindley's Autocentres is a Nottingham based garage offering a range of vehicle services.
We have over fifty years of experience in the motor industry, we’re a VOSA regulated MOT test centre and a member of the FER (Federation of Engine Re-manufacturers).
In short, with Lindley’s Autocentres, you can rest assured your vehicle is in capable hands.
Whether it’s an MOT, servicing, engine repairs, new tyres, or any of the broad range of vehicle services we offer, you’ll always find great value for money and a friendly, welcoming service.
We pride ourselves on the consistently high-level of service that we provide. Don't just take our word for it, our reviews speak for themselves. TRUSTPILIOT
When it comes to payment, we've got you covered.
We accept cash and/or card payment, for your convenience. There's no cost for the fitting of the tyres - you only pay for the tyres themselves.
Tyre Brands we offer
Lindley's Autocentres prides ourselves on offering you the best range of tyre brands and we stock all of the major premium brands, along with some quality tyres from brands such as Sumitomo:
Choosing the right tyre
Every tyre will have the tyre label ratings shown so you can see how the tyre performs in the wet, the rolling resistance and the noise rating (noise in decibels) to help you understand how well the tyres will perform to your needs.
Are your tyres important?
Tyres are the only part of your vehicle that link you and your car to the road, so having the right amount of tread depth on your tyres is vital.
The legal limit of a tyre tread depth is 1.6mm. The less tread you have on your tyres, the longer your stopping distance is… bare that in mind when you’re driving.
The tyres on your car will wear quicker the less tread depth you have, so it’s really important you check them regularly so you remain safe on the road.