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What Fails An MOT Check? Answer: Badly Worn Or Damaged Tyres

Kwik Fit | Wednesday 12th May 2021 2:38pm

montage of worn and damaged tyres

A tyre's condition, pressure, usage and (crucially) tread depth result in 10% of all MOT fails. Learn more & discover how to ensure your tyres pass the MOT.

The dangers of part worn tyres

| Monday 10th May 2021 10:15am

Tyres with cuts, bulges and damaged sidewalls

Although part worn tyres may seem like an affordable option, the tread could be too low for driving. Find out how part part worn tyres can affect road safety.

What Things Can Make Your Tyres Illegal?

Bradley Jando | Wednesday 5th May 2021 10:28am

Tyre Stack with Various Different Tread Patterns

You might be surprised at the things that could make some tyres illegal - this could mean a hefty fine & points on your licence, so don’t get caught out!

How Do Under Inflated Tyres Affect Your Vehicle?

Bradley Jando | Monday 3rd May 2021 10:28am

Technician inflating a car tyre

You may assume that driving with under-inflated tyres is harmless but, left too long, this could grow into a costly problem. Find out why & what to do about it.

Checking your tyre tread depth is easy with the 20p test

Bradley Jando | Wednesday 21st April 2021 11:01am

20p test on tyre tread

You might be driving with illegal tyres - but how do you check whether they’re safe or not? You can simply take the 20p test, find out how!




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