How to Find the Best Cheap Tyres

April 11, 2015 / by / 0 Comment

There are various factors which all play a part in the cost of the tyres that you’re looking to buy. Although you may be on a budget, it’s important to remember that buying cheap tyres which don’t have at least a certain level of quality will only make it less cost-effective in the long run, since you’ll have to replace them much more often.

Buying premium tyres will generally ensure that you’re good to drive for around 15,000-20,000 miles. You can buy tyres in Australia at many good auto stores, and most of them will have a wide range of types available. For example, if you don’t want to spend the sort of money required for premium tyres at the moment, opt for a cheaper set, such as a mid-range tyre. Essentially, if you’re only looking for something cheap at the moment, you can pick up something well within your budget by asking the shop assistant specifically for budget tyres.

Another way to find the best cheap tyres at reasonable prices is to look at websites rather than go into physical stores. Shops generally have higher prices since they have so many more costs to cover. A small family-run website is much cheaper to manage than a full shop, so they can pass on the savings to you, as their customer. I always look around at various websites before trying out the shops. While you don’t have the benefit of feeling the tyres and looking at them with your own eyes before buying, most of them will offer a great returns policy anyway, so you don’t have to worry too much. Online tyre stores such as AutoCraze have a huge range of tyres available, so you’re almost certain to find exactly what you’re looking for.

If you’ve not yet found anything which is quite within the budget that you’ve set down for your tyres, have a look online and see if you can find any voucher codes or deals. For example, a lot of companies will offer you a small discount if you spend over a certain amount in their online shop, which means you could end up getting better quality tyres and still stay within your budget. If you find discount codes or vouchers to use, make sure that they haven’t expired yet, or you could be getting your hopes up only to find that it’s completely invalid.

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