Do you need tire change in Blanchardstown, Dublin 15? We are the Leading Wheel Repairer in Dublin with a professional team who have over 20+ years experience in the industry.
Tyres are essential to ensure road safety. All tyres age and wear out, but proper use will extend their life. With correct maintenance and suitable driving style to match the conditions, they will carry you further and need changing less often.
How much does a replacement tyre cost?
The cost of a replacement tyre will depend heavily on the type of tyre your car uses and the brand of tyre you choose. Generally speaking the smaller the wheel size and the narrower a tyre is, the cheaper it is. A smaller tyre physically contains less materials and will have a lower speed and load rating, so it will inevitably cost you less money.
However, it is crucial to buy a tyre that is suitable for your car; putting budget tyres on a high-performance vehicle will not only affect the way your car drives but also potentially compromise its safety.
Which tyre brand is best for my car?
As with most off-the-shelf products, better brands cost more money, and with something as critical as tyre choice you should go for the best tyres you can afford.
Budget brands aren’t unsafe – every new tyre sold in the EU must pass strict safety tests – but generally speaking they will perform less well than premium products.
All new tyres must now come with a label that indicates its performance in terms of wet grip, efficiency and noise levels, which makes comparison much easier.
How do I know if my tyre needs replacing?
If your tyre has suddenly gone completely flat or has lost pressure compared to the other three, there are a number of factors that could have caused it. Start by examining the tyre as best you can, looking around the sidewall for scuffs or bulges and feel around the tread area for anything sticking into the tyre.
If there are no obvious signs of damage then try reinflating the tyre. If you’re unsure of how check tyre pressures, you should take a look at our guide, which gives step-by-step instructions.
If there’s a significant hole then it should be pretty obvious that you have a problem, but a slow puncture might take several hours or even days to go down again. Unless you happen to be fortunate and your tyre stays inflated, it is likely that it will need replacement or repair.
Why choose Westwing Motors for Alloy Wheel Repair in Blanchardstown, Dublin 15?
- At Westwing Motors, we offer same-day tyre fitting at in Blanchardstown, Dublin 15 for your convenience. So, if you’ve suffered a puncture or your tyre is showing signs of wear, book with Westwing Motors for peace of mind today.
- Our tyre prices are very competitive for all brand names. Your car has been designed to work most efficiently with certain tyre specifications by the original car manufacturer, so why not make sure that you are getting the best from your car by having check what tyres are right for your car.
Other services from Westwing Motors
As well as offering alloy wheel repairs and alloy wheel refurbishment, here at Westwing Motors, we can help with all aspects of maintaining and repairing your car. We offer servicing, engine repair and much more. Take a look at our website. Visit our location in Dublin 15 and we will be able to help you to fix your car.
Dublin 15: Easy-access D15 widely seen as ‘a good place for families’
Areas Blanchardstown, Castleknock, Carpenterstown, Clonsilla, Tyrrelstown, Mulhuddart, Clonee
Dublin 15 covers a large area, rising from the River Liffey to 93 metres (305 ft) at the townland of Cloghran near the Rosemount Business Park. The district is bordered by County Meath to the west and the north-west and by the Ratoath Road to the north-east. The land between the Ratoath Road / Cappagh Road and the M2 / N2 road lies in the Dublin 11 postal district. The townland of Ashtown and the boundary walls of the Phoenix Park is the district’s eastern boundary. The Liffey forms the southern limit with the anomalous exception of that part of Dublin 20 that contains the village of Chapelizod.
Dublin 15 borders four postal districts; Dublin 11 and Dublin 7 to the east; Dublin 20 and Dublin 8 to the south.
Dublin 15 lies primarily within the county of Fingal. Administrative offices of Fingal County Council are located in the grounds of the Blanchardstown Shopping Centre.
For the purposes of elections to Dáil Éireann, the district is entirely contained within the Dublin West constituency. Only three district electoral divisions of the constituency lie outside Dublin 15: Kilsallaghan, Lucan North and Swords-Forrest.
The district overlaps at many points with the historic barony of Castleknock. Three civil parishes of the barony are not in Dublin 15; Ward, Chapelizod and St James’; the five remaining parishes are contained in the district.