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We have the Widest range of Winter Tyres and Wheels for your car, e.g. BMW Winter tyres and Wheels, Mercedes Winter Tyres & Wheels. If you are looking for winter wheels and tyres this winter please feel free to give us a call. We have 15 years of experience selling winter tyres and wheels. If you are looking for expert advice please feel free to call us.

Here is a small selection of Winter tyres which are available:

Full Range of Vredestein Winter Tyres Click Here: Vredestein Winter Tyres  
Vredestein Snowtrac 3 Vredestein Wintrac Xtreme    
Vredestein Snowtrac 3 Vredestein Wintrac Xtreme    
Hankook Winter Tyres Logo      

Hankook W300 IceBear

Hankook RW06 Winter Van Tyre

Hankook W310 Winter i*cept evo

Hankook W300 IceBear Hankook W440 IceBear Hankook Winter RW06 Winter Van Tyre Hankook W310 Winter i*cept evo
Michelin Winter Tyres Logo      
Michelin Pilot Alpin A3 Michelin Agilis Alpin  
Michelin Pilot Alpin A3 Michelin Pilot Alpin A4 Michelin Agilis Alpin  
TOYO Winter Tyres Logo      
TOYO Snowprox S952 TOYO Snow Van H09    
Snowprox S952  Snow Van H09    
Avon Ice Touring Winter Tyres      
Ice Touring      
Bridgestone Blizzak LM30 Winter Tyres      
Blizzak LM-30      
Cargo Ultra Grip G124 Winter Tyre      
Cargo Ultra Grip G124 Winter      
ContiWinterContact™ TS 830  stock a full range of winter wheels and tyres for use in the cold and during winter. It is worth noting that winter wheels and tyres are not just for the use in snow, but are recommended when the temperature drops below 7’c. Winter tyres are much better on slush, ice, frost and even wet roads than standard summer tyres. You can see this from the tread pattern design on the tyre, compared to standard summer tyres. Any time the temperature drops below +7deg you’re better off on winter tyres due to the nature of the rubber compound.

Why Winter Wheels & Tyres ?

We recommending having a specific set of winter wheels in addition to your standard alloy wheels. This way, all you have to do is to swap your wheels over. When the winter weather starts you simply swap to your winter tyres until the spring (or when the weather improves). As you will not be driving on your winter wheels and tyres all year round you will be able to use the same winter wheels and tyres for many years.

Why Winter Wheels ?

Alloy wheels designed for the winter are normally a very smooth and an easy to clean design. They will be finished in one colour and will not have any polished areas which are susceptible to corrosion as well as small rivets or mutable spokes to trap dirt. Hence winter wheels are durable and easy to keep clean during the winter season.

Can I Use Winter Wheels & Tyres All Year Round ?

Yes you can use winter tyres all year round in the UK. There would be a small difference in dry braking in really hot conditions, but this would be balanced with better braking in the wet and cold. Likewise the softer compound might wear more quickly in the summer, but this is balanced with better wear rates in the winter.


Winter Tyres - Continental’s Winter Tyre Range

Did you know that you are six times more likely to have a prang in your car during the winter months? Slippery leaves on wet roads, followed by snow and ice, create hazardous winter driving conditions and increase accidents on the road by as much as 267%!

Last winter we saw the country covered in a blanket of snow but it is not only during icy conditions that your tyres become unsafe. Normal tyres contain a rubber compound that can start to harden at temperatures below 7°C. This reduces grip on cold, damp or wet roads, meaning longer stopping distances. Continental’s winter tyres, however, contain a cold-resistant rubber compound, as well as a special tread pattern, designed to increase grip below 7°C and reduce braking distances.

With temperatures dipping below 7°C from October through to March, waiting for the first snowfall before switching to winter tyres may be too late. Using cold weather tyres throughout autumn and winter could help you avoid becoming another accident statistic.

Braking on Wet Roads from 62mph (100km/h) to Rest


Below 7°C braking distances are shorter on wet roads with winter tyres

Count the Cost of an Accident

Winter tyres are not just for snow and icy conditions, they also provide higher levels of road safety on cold, damp road surfaces. If you take into account how much an accident would cost you – insurance excess, recovery costs and lost time – it makes sense to invest in a set of winter tyres.


Winter Tyres for High Performance Cars

There are two Continental winter tyre products designed to meet the needs of high performance cars and help ensure optimum winter driving safety.

New ContiWinterContactTM TS 830 P

  • Ideal for wet and dry handling on wintry roads
  • Specially developed to react to the steering inputs from the ESC on the vehicle, the tyre responds quickly to steering and braking commands
  • The outside of the tyre provides firm grip when cornering and responds sensitively to steering commands
  • The inside of the tyre tread is designed to form a large number of gripping edges to provide maximum power transfer for starting and braking on icy road surfaces
  • Numerous channels between the tread bars ensure fast drainage of the contact area in wet conditions
  • Available in rims sizes from 15 to 19 inches

ContiWinterContactTM TS 810 Sport

  • Chosen by many of the leading car manufacturers
  • Optimum dry braking and improved handling for performance vehicles from stiff tread block design
  • Combines good wet grip and safe driving characteristics on cold, wintry roads
  • Available in rim sizes from 15 to 20 inches

Further Information on the Continental Winter Tyre Range can be found here: 

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