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Brads Mobile Tyres essex are a small friendly family run mobile tyre repair and replacement business which take pride in our friendly customer service and fair prices, we provide a mobile tyre fitting service and operate 24 hours a day 7 days a week in and around Brentwood covering M25 and the A12 and surrounding areas.

As a mobile tyre fitting service covering Brentwood we provide a rapid and efficient response and aim to be with you within 60 minutes or less ,our skilled mobile tyre fitting technicians can asses the problem and either provide a replacement or maybe even just a repair all done at roadside ,home or your workplace

Mobile tyre fitting involves much more than just putting fresh rubber on your wheels your safety actually depends on having the right kind and size of tyre installed on your vehicle. After all, that is what makes mobile tyre repair service appealing!

So Don't hesitate to get in touch with us for all your tyre needs



Mobile tyre fitting in Brentwood

We provide efficient and reliable mobile tyre fitting services across Essex. Our skilled technicians come equipped with state-of-the-art tools to fit your tyres at your preferred location. As a leading mobile tyre fitting company in Essex

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In addition to fitting new tyres, we also offer mobile tyre repair services in Essex.

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No need to search endlessly for "mobile tyres near me" – we've got you covered. Wherever you are in Essex, our mobile tyre fitting service is just a call away.




How to check your tyre tread

To avoid such risks, it is important to check the depth of the tyre tread regularly, but what is the legal tyre tread depth? In the UK, the legal minimum tread depth for car tyres is 1.6 millimetres across the central three-quarters of the tyre tread, around the entire circumference of the tyre. However, experts recommend replacing tyres before they reach the legal minimum, as the performance and safety of the tyre can be compromised before that point.

To check the tyre tread depth, you can use a tyre tread depth gauge, a small tool that measures the depth of the tread grooves. Alternatively, you can use the "20p test," which involves inserting a 20p coin into the tread groove with the outer band facing down. If you can see the coin's outer band, the tread is too shallow, and the tyre should be replaced.

Regularly checking the tread depth of your tyres is crucial for maintaining their performance and safety, and can help you avoid potential accidents on the road. It is recommended to check the tread depth at least once a month to ensure that your tyres are in good condition.

effects of over inflated or underinflated tyres

Tyre safety check 

it is also important to look for any bulges and scrapes on the side of the tyre, these can be early signs of a puncture or blow out. Something you don’t want when driving! Get to tyre centre/garage and get them checked out.

The tyre pressure (how much air is inside) makes a difference to how much grip your car has with the road.  The correct pressure can prolong the life of the tyre. You can also use more fuel with incorrectly inflated tyres. Air molecules pass through the tyre over time – even if the wheels aren’t turning. Once a month or so, check each tyre when you fuel up at a petrol station, certain supermarkets offer this for free.

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