There’s more to buying tyres than simply going to your dealer and picking them off the rack. Here are some of the things you should think about in advance:
The climate where you live will play a factor. For example, if temperatures drop below 7 °C during the winter months, you should consider buying a set of winter or all-season tyres.
How you drive
Do you do a lot of miles, or do you like to push your car’s capabilities from time to time? Take a look at our tyres’ performance characteristics to help you find a tyre that suits your style of driving.
The tyres that come with your car (also known as OE - original equipment tyres) are selected because they’re well suited to your car, but that doesn’t mean they’re necessarily the best ones for you. Check your manual for other recommendations, or do some further research yourself.
You’ll find the recommended price of Dunlop tyres on our website to help inform you, but the final price might differ. Take a look at the EU Tyre Label guide too – it’ll help you find tyres that are particularly long-lasting. Finally, don’t forget that your dealer can also give you advice about price.