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User/Project name:Red Cow Tyres Ltd
Firm name:Red Cow Tyres Ltd
Site:http://www.redcowtyres.com
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Part worn and new winter Tires in Dublin

Dublin
Location:Dublin
Date posted: 2020-01-26 08:00



Get ready for Winter it can SAVE YOUR LIFE.


If you wish to Save on Winter tyres in Dublin then Visit our wholesale tire depot & Compare Prices!

Swapping to winter tyres between October and March will increase the lifespan of your standard tyres – saving you money in the long term.

Red Cow Wholesale Winter Tyre depot - stock all leading brands‎.

Part worn and new Michelin Winter tyres in Dublin,
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Part worn and new Hankook Winter tyres in Dublin,
Part worn and new Nokian Winter tyres in Dublin,
Part worn and new Uniroyal Winter tyres in Dublin,
Part worn and new Dunlop Winter tyres in Dublin,

Red Cow Tyres also offers:
Alloy wheels
Part worn tyres
Winter tyres
MOT testing
3D Wheel alignment
Puncture repair
Tyre fit and balance
Full Service
Buffing
Valeting
NCT-repairs


Open working days
8am. to 7pm.
sundays & Bank holidays
From 10am. to 5pm.

4 LOCATIONS>>>
SELECT TYRE DEPOT WHICH IS CLOSER TO YOU.
>> Red Cow Tyres , Naas Road,
>> Atrane Tyre centre,
>> Tallaght square Tyres,
>> Newtawn park Tyres, orchard lane,

Red Cow Tyres Ltd – Wholesale Winter tyre depot


Contacts:
Mobile: 0851488832
Website: www.redcowtyres.com
Wintertyres up to -30% at Dublins Discount wholesale Tyre Supplier. New & Partworn Winter tyre Specialists.

All about winter tyres

Winter Tyres
Modern winter tyres are available in Ireland and are based on a softer silica compound than regular tyres.
This allows the tyres to retain more elasticity in the cold allowing them to key into the road surface more effectively than regular tyres.
This grip should allow shorter stopping distances in colder weather.
There is a distinction between Central European and Scandinavian winter tyres, although some manufacturers refer to the Central European make of winter tyres as ̳Cold Weather tyres. Both of these types of winter tyres differ in design from regular summer tyres.
Although there is no industry definition or written consensus of the difference, there are design differences between regular (summer) tyres and winter tyres:
Firstly the compound used in the tyre behaves more elastically at temperatures below 7°C, which creates greater adhesion between the tyre and road surface at colder temperatures.
Secondly, the tyres have a different tread pattern, which is designed to be more suitable for the typical weather conditions.

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