Tyres in Swansea

Tyres in Swansea. LOCAL Tyre repairs, tyre fitting & cheap tyres in Swansea, West Glamorgan, South Wales.

A&S tyre services have been supplying tyres  for many years with the reputation for keen prices and quality.

Our new branch at LLansamlet in Swansea.

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A&S Tyre Services Llansamlet Swansea.

A&S Tyre Services Llansamlet Swansea.

A&S Llansamlet Swansea internal view of our new stock and recent trade of old tyres for disposal.

We have about 3000 tyres in stock at this time in part worn and new, so give us a call for your needs.
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A&S Tyre Services Lansamlet Swansea.

A&S Tyre Services Lansamlet Swansea.

Quality fitting and tyre repairs from the experts.
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A&S Tyres Llansamlet Swansea.

A&S Tyres Llansamlet Swansea.

Free fitting and electronic balancing with every tyre purchase.
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A&S Tyre Service Llansamlet Swansea. Free fitting balancing

A&S Tyre Service Llansamlet Swansea. Free fitting balancing

In the office we accept all major credit and debit cards.
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A&S Llansamlet Swansea Sales Office.

A&S Llansamlet Swansea Sales Office.

No problem with parking we have room for all.
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A&S Tyres Llansamlet Ample Parking.

A&S Tyres Llansamlet Ample Parking.

In the distance Llansamlet traffic lights also left Brandon hire.
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A&S Tyres Llansamlet next to AUTO 2000

A&S Tyres Llansamlet

Below you’ll find a list of tyre manufacturers we can quote new or part worn excellent tread and quality.

Avon Tyres
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Avon have been producing tyres for over 100 years. They pride themselves on having a full range of tyres that meet the demands of almost any driving condition.
BF Goodrich
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BF Goodrich tyres provide good grip and control over the vehicle both on-road and off-road.
Bridgestone
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Bridgestone are a highly respected Japanese tyre manufacturer and one of the world’s biggest tyre and rubber companies.
Continental Tyres
Continental Tyres Supplier in Neath and swansea
One out of four cars made nowadays in Europe is originally equipped with Continental tyres.
Cooper Tires
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For more than seventy-five years, Cooper Tire & Rubber Company has been building its reputation for quality products and good customer service
Courier (by Pirelli)
Pirelli Tyres Neath and swansea
Produced and designed by Pirelli the Courier tyres offer fantastic value tyres.
Dunlop
          Dunlop Car and Van tyres Neath and Swansea
From its humble, yet highly innovative beginnings, Dunlop has grown to be one of the world’s top tyre brands known the world over
        Falken Tyres neath and swansea
A Falken promises a flawless driving performance and responsive handling.
Firestone
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Firestone is, next to Goodyear, the biggest tyre supplier in the USA today.

General Tire

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A tyre that wears this constructer’s mark, recognized for the high quality of its all-season tires, is reliable, strong and easy to handle.

Goodyear
           Goodyear Tyres Supplied and Fitted in Neath and Swansea 
Goodyear’s commitment to development and technology has made them the first choice for many vehicle manufacturers.

GT Radial 
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GT, Gajah Tunggal, have over 50 years experience within the tyre industry and are currently the largest integrated tyre producer in South-East Asia.

Hankook
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Hankook Tyre Co Ltd is currently the seventh largest – and one of the fastest growing – tyre manufacturers in the world.

Kleber
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Klerber are often chosen as the original tyres put on models of renowned car brands such as Volkswagen, Opel, Peugeot, Renault and Suzuki
Kumho
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Over the past 50 years Kumho Tires has thrived through a full range of business environments and has grown to be one of the world’s top 10 tyre companies
Michelin
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With more than one hundred awards in the Formula 1 races, Michelin is beyond any doubt one of the most praised and prized manufacturers in the world.
Minerva
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Minerva is an established brand name, which was first introduced in 1992 as a private label.
Nexen
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Nexen Tyre has over 60 years of tradition as a respected leader within the tyre industry.

Pirelli

Pirelli Tyres Neath and swansea
For over a century the history of Pirelli has been built on high performance tyres, in which Pirelli is the world leader in both original equipment and the aftermarket.

Toyo Tires

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Toyo’s tyres were declared best tyres eight years in a row, by the independent American suppliers, awards published in the “Tyre Review” magazine (USA).
Uniroyal
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Uniroyal were the first manufacturer to produce a rain tyre and have been one of the leading tyre companies in that market ever since.
Vredestein
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Vredestein tyres are known primarily for their impressive grip on snow-covered roads and aggressiveness on dry roads.
Yokohama
Yokohama Tyres in neath and swansea south Wales
Yokohama tyres are famous for their UHP (ultra high performance) line, used in official races.
RUN FLAT TYRES

run-flat tire is a pneumatic vehicle tire that is designed to resist the effects of deflation when punctured, and to enable the vehicle to continue to be driven at reduced speeds (up to 90 km/h or 55 mph), and for limited distances of up to 100 miles (160 km), or even 200 miles (320 km) depending on the type of tire.

Self-supporting

Self-supporting run-flat tires are fairly common on light trucks and passenger cars and typically provide for the vehicle to drive for 50 miles at around 50 miles per hour. However, if the tires are treated to this kind of punishment, they may still be irreparably damaged in the process. In addition, if the tire is punctured in the sidewall or at the edge of the tread, repair may be impossible or unsafe.

Self-supporting run-flat tires typically carry a 15% – 27% weight penalty over similar standard tires, or additional 2–3 kg (4-7 lb). The additional mass concentrated on the outer edge of the wheels can impose a significant performance penalty due to greater rotational and unsprung mass.

In 1958 Chrysler and US Royal (a tire company) offered run-flats using an interlining to carry the weight. Bridgestone run-flat tires are supplied on most new model BMWs. BMW is promoting these as a safety feature and as an alternative to carrying a spare tire.

Caravan Tyres

Caravan Tyres And Your Safety
Tyres are the only parts of the caravan which are in contact with
the road. Safety in acceleration, braking, steering and
cornering all depend on a relatively small area of road contact.
It is therefore of paramount importance that tyres should be
maintained in good condition at all times and that when the time
comes to change them the correct replacements are fitted.
The original tyres for a caravan are determined by joint
consultation between the caravan and tyre manufacturers and
take into account all aspects of operation. It is recommended that
changes in tyre size or type should not be undertaken
without seeking advice from the caravan or tyre
manufacturers, as the effect on caravan handling,
safety and clearances must be taken into account.
In some other European countries it is illegal to use
replacements which differ in certain respects
(e.g. size, load, and speed rating) from the tyre fitted
originally by the vehicle manufacturer.

Car Tyres safety

Car Tyres
And Your Safety
Tyres are the only parts of the car which are in contact with the
road. Safety in acceleration, braking, steering and
cornering all depend on a relatively small area of road contact.
It is therefore of paramount importance that tyres should be
maintained in good condition at all times and that when the time
comes to change them the correct replacements are fitted.
The original tyres for a car are determined by joint
consultation between the car and tyre manufacturers and take
into account all aspects of operation.

TYPES OF TYRE
Radial ply tyres are now the most common tyres in use on
British roads representing more than 90%. Some radial ply
tyres now have a run flat capability known as Self Supporting
Run Flat (SST) tyres which are becoming more common
particularly when fitted as an original equipment.
Older diagonal (cross-) ply tyres are now very rarely seen and
have effectively been replaced by radial ply tyres.
Radial ply tyres may be either steel or textile braced and
are identified in the size marking by the letter “R” and often
the word “Radial”.
Self Supporting Run Flat (SST) tyres are designed to
provide a limited run on period following a puncture. These
areidentified by the letters “RF” in the size marking. To be
categorised as a run flat tyre, the minimum distance they
must achieve in a run flat condition is 50 miles (80 km)
at a maximum speed of 50 mph (80 km/h) and at a minimum
of 80% of their maximum load capacity.
It is essential the vehicle is equipped with a tyre pressure
monitoring system to enable use of run flat tyres.
DO NOT MIX TYRE TYPES
Except in the case of temporary use spare tyres supplied as
original equipment, it is illegal in the United Kingdom and
dangerous to mix tyres of different types on the same axle. It
is also advised that the same tyre type is fitted to all wheel
positions.
KEEP THE PRESSURE CORRECT
Recommended tyre inflation pressures for your vehicle can
be found in the vehicle handbook and/or on a placard
mounted on the vehicle. In the absence of either of these
consult the tyre manufacturer. Correct pressures are related
to loads, speeds and vehicle handling and are vital for
maximum safety, braking, grip and good tyre life.
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