Autogreen Tyres are a well-respected tyre manufacturer aiming to produce high-performance car tyres at the lowest possible price. Despite being categorised within the budget tyre segment, rest assured of excellent quality and long-lasting tyres for your vehicle. If you are looking for tyres that perform to an extremely high standard but do not break the bank, look no further than Autogreen Tyres.
Why choose Autogreen tyres?
Auotgreen tyres offer great value for money. At a low price point, these tyres still provide excellent performance and rolling resistance. Auotgreen stocks a wide range of tyres for all types of vehicles, including cars, vans and 4x4s. To read reviews from customers who have purchased Autogreen tyres, click the button below.
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All-season Autogreen tyres
All-season tyres can be used in any weather condition, all year round. This is a great option to have on your car, as it will save you from having to switch between summer tyres and winter tyres. One of Autogreen’s most popular tyres is the All Season AS2. This tyre provides excellent grip in the wet and dry and offers optimal stopping distance for improved safety whilst driving.
Winter Autogreen tyres
Autogreen also offers a wide range of winter tyres for all vehicles. Winter tyres provide excellent grip in snow and ice, thanks to a deeper tyre groove. This prevents the tyre from clogging up, and in turn skidding. A great option from Autogreen for driving in cold weather is the Sport Cruiser SC6, which provides excellent grip and rolling resistance on cold and wet roads.
Great value for money van tyres
Autogreen also offers superb van tyres at a very affordable price. The AS7 All Season and the Smart Cruiser SC7 both offer great performance under heavy loads. Excellent fuel efficiency will also help keep fuel usage low, thanks to improved rolling resistance.
How many miles will Auotgreen tyres last?
Tyre wear is dependent on driving style. If driven conservatively, tyres should last for around 20,000 miles, although this figure is lower with a more aggressive driving style, due to higher levels of wear. You should check your tyres regularly, as the legal tread depth limit is 1.6mm. If your tyres are found to be under the limit, you could be fined up to £2,500 and have 3 licence penalty points per tyre.
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