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Tyre Advice

Correct tyres are essential for getting the best out of your vehicle. What’s more, they’re arguably the most important safety feature. Over 3.5 million British motorists are driving on illegal tyres. As the sole point of contact between your car and the road, it is important to check your tyres regularly.

Even though the legal limit for your tread depth is 1.6mm, experts recommend that you change your tyres when the tread reaches 3mm. There is an 8m difference in stopping distance when travelling at 50mph in wet conditions between tyres with a 3mm tread and 1.6mm.

At Vauxhall MasterFit we have a large range of tyres in stock and no appointment is necessary for tyre changes and replacements. As part of our Tyre Price Promise we won’t be beaten on price and will match any like-for-like quote. Our Vauxhall MasterFit trained technicians will fit your tyres to the highest standards of quality and safety.

Our Tyre Price Promise is only available on selected leading brands – Continental, Pirelli, Dunlop, Michelin and Firestone – at participating Vauxhall MasterFit Retailers, subject to availability.

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Brake Advice

Brakes are an integral safety feature. However, while you are enjoying life behind the wheel, the brakes in your car have to endure enormous forces and withstand temperatures of up to 800°C.

Over time these forces will take their toll on your brakes and can lead to them becoming worn or faulty. This can put the safety of you and your vehicle at risk. There are a number of signs you can look out for which can indicate you might have a problem with your brakes:

  • You have to press hard on the brake pedal to brake (pedal is stiff) - this may be a problem with the assisted braking system (ABS)
  • The car pulls to the left or right when you brake - it may be that a brake calliper has seized or that a tyre is underinflated
  • The brakes lock up even when they are applied gently - this may be a problem with the brake discs
  • Braking is soft, the pedal is spongy or you have to pump the brakes to stop - this is a problem with the hydraulics
  • The brake pedal, steering wheel and sometimes the car vibrates when braking - the brake discs are faulty or the suspension may be loose.

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, our Vauxhall MasterFit trained technicians can help. They’ll be able to tell you whether your brakes need repairing or replacing and what the right brakes are for your vehicle.

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