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4x4 Tyres

If you are looking to buy 4x4 tyres on line then here at Draycott Engineering in Didcot we offer a wide selection of 4x4 tyres, mud terrain and luxury 4x4 tyres so we can forfill your every need at a very competitive price.

Finding your correct tyre could not be easier and is merely a few clicks away. If you know your tyre size or vehicle registration number then simply enter this in to the search bar and you will then be given all the brands available for your vehicle... It really doesn't get any easier!

Once you have made your selection you can choose as to whether you require them delivering straight to your door or you can have them fitted here at Draycott Engineering at a time that suits you.

We have been selling 4x4 tyres for many years and have gained a vast knowledge so rest assured that you are in very safe hand.

Not sure of the difference of car tyres and 4x4, well here is some useful information:

The obvious difference between your everyday car tyre and a 4x4 is the size. Alot of people call 4x4 tyres when they are actually 4x4 off road tyres and there;s also 4x4 all-terrain and 4x4 on-road tyres.

Lets start by covering off the road tyres, these tyres are designed  to retain grip on mud, grass, snow and dirt. The tread on these tyres is very deep and have larger gaps in between them than the average car tyre. On a muddy surface a road tyre's shallow tread would become clogged with mud which would lead to a loss of friction, this is crucial to ensure good grip rather than having a spinning tyre.

on and off road tyres have a far deeper tread depth therefore the tyre is less likely to clog up. This is due to the rubber been in contact with the ground at all times. This however can cause more friction as when the vehicle is on a typical road surface they will become worn a lot quicker than a tyre which is designed for road use. The friction can actually slow the vehile right down which in turn will have an impact on your fuel consumption. One simple way of remembering this is the greater the friction between the vehicle and the road will mean your engine is having to work a lot harder to move the vehicle.

We hope you found this information helpful and feel free to give us a call if you have any questions.