Autocar has teamed up with Summit to offer an online tyre-buying service
24 June 2019

Autocar and Summit have launched a simple-to-use tyre-buying website, allowing you to search easily and conveniently for tyres on your desktop or mobile.

The website, a partnership between the two brands, promises to deliver excellent value, quality of service and consumer choice.

The price of the tyre you select is fixed and there’s nothing to pay until the tyres are fitted. Even better, there is no charge for tyre fitting.

To find the perfect tyre for your car, enter your vehicle registration in the tyre finder. Look at the list of tyre sizes available for your wheel dimensions and select the correct one. 

Autocar Tyres stocks thousands of tyre brands, types and sizes. To make it easy, the site presents you with budget, mid-range and premium tyres so you can gauge prices. If these aren’t right, you can filter by brand, grade and more to find the ideal tyres for your car.

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Once you have picked them, enter your postcode to find your nearest tyre fitter and select a date and time that suits you.

After confirming your order, all you need to do is take your car to the fitters at the time you’ve picked and get your new tyres fitted free of charge.

There will be no haggling or price changes - you simply pay for the tyres at your guaranteed fixed price once they are fitted.

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24 June 2019
I don't need tyres at the moment but I did a quick search anyway and it turned up the correct size for my car and a number of options (including All-Season tyres). Looks good so far and the prices seem reasonable!

28 June 2019

Thanks for sharing such a nice piece of information to us.

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