Tyres from Motorepair

Maxxis® – Our preferred tyre supplier


We work closely with Maxxis UK to deliver a wide range of tyres across multiple vehicles. Maxxis products go through rigorous testing at some of the world’s leading tyre testing centres, as well as using their own facilities. Maxxis engineers only use the industry’s most advanced manufacturing equipment and engineering facilities, to evaluate a tyre’s performance before going into production.

Learn more about Maxxis’ Lifetime Guarantee here.

Maxxis' guarantee explained

Premium & Budget Tyres In Ewloe

We also believe in giving you a choice, so we sell tyres from all leading tyre manufacturers, including Goodyear, Dunlop, Pirelli, Bridgestone, Continental and Michelin.

If you have a specific tyre manufacturer that you would like to use, we will be happy to use them on your vehicle. Tyres that are not in stock will be ordered and often received the same day. All tyres can be fitted while you wait.

If you don’t know anything about tyres and the confusing options, we’ll be happy to talk you through them. When cost is the main priority, we will recommend the best quality within your budget. For those who decide quality out weighs cost, we will talk you through all the tyre options available.

See the following diagram for an explanation of your car’s tyre markings:
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Tyre advice

Tyres are the most important part of your car. It is these four pieces of rubber that protect you and your vehicle from the road. People often complain that they are expensive but think about how much protection they give you!

You don’t have to spend a fortune on your car tyres in Ewloe. Motorepair promises to match your requirements when it comes time to change your tyre.

Winter & Summer Tyres Available

The winters are getting harsher and can cause trouble for drivers. You can give yourself that extra protection by ordering winter tyres for your car. Like regular tyres, we have a range of options and will be able to go through all of them so you get the best for your budget. We can also talk about the benefits of having winter tyres and when to change back to your original ones.

Maintaining Your Tyres

This area of car maintenance is one that many people forget about. Many vehicles fail their MOTs because of their tyres. When changing them, Motorepair mechanics will talk you through proper maintenance and help you understand when the tread is thinning and the proper inflation levels of the tyres. Not only will your tyres last longer, you will improve the fuel efficiency of your vehicle.

Please contact us today for more information on our range of premium and regular tyres in Ewloe.

EU Tyre Rating Explained

Fuel Efficiency, Wet Grip and Noise Levels all explained


Fuel Efficiency

The tyres on your car can affect its fuel economy by up to 20%. The lower the ‘rolling resistance’, the less energy is lost. This directly impacts fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

An A Grade denotes the best performing tyre in this category and a G Grade is currently the lowest performer. D Grade is excluded to help make a distinction between the top three grades and bottom three grades.

Wet Grip

A tyre’s grip on wet roads is an important aspect of safety. Tyres that have excellent grip on wet roads will have shorter braking distances – a massive safety benefit when driving in the rain. The ratings are measured using two different types of test when a car is travelling at 50mph.

Similarly, an A Grade denotes the best performing tyre, with performance descending through the grades. There are currently no plans within the EU to use D or G grades for wet grip.

Noise Levels

The exterior noise generated by a moving tyre is graded in decibels, visually expressed by up to three black sound waves. One wave indicates the tyre with the best performance of noise level, as the noise level of the tyre will remain at least 3dB below the future legal limit.

However, three waves indicate the weakest performance for a tyre’s noise output. This represents a noise output level between the current maximum and the new lower limit that will soon be introduced in Regulation 661.