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  • 1. What are the cookies collected by the website?

    This website collects Strictly Necessary Cookies like CookieSettings, Lookup, Log, Booking Engine NextStep, and Performance Cookie like SEOID, and Third Party Cookie for Google Analytics.

  • 2. What are the privacy policies of the website?

    The privacy policy of this website includes detailed definitions related to data collected, cookie policy, use of data, data retention, your rights, links to other websites and data security.

  • 3. What are the COVID precautions being taken by fitters?

    The fitters take all necessary COVID precautions like wearing masks and sanitising their hands frequently. Staff temperatures are checked every day. All vehicles are thoroughly sanitised prior to collection, and all touchpoints are cleaned continuously. Also, any expert-client consultation takes place with safe social distancing measures.

  • 4. How to cancel an order?

    To cancel an order for tyres, you will have to initiate a cancellation request within 14 days after the day on which the products were supplied.

  • 5. How to select a garage?

    To select a garage, you need to enter your car registration number on the tyre finder section of our website and choose the desired tyre model. Next, you have to share your area code and address information. A list of local fitting garages will appear on the screen. You have to select one and proceed to confirm the booking.

  • 6. What are the safety precautions taken by fitters?

    The fitters use only state-of-the-art equipment to safely replace your car’s tyres and avoid causing damage to the wheels. They also abide by the UK-approved norms while recycling tyres. Also, we assure safe disposal of tyres to conform to the environment-friendly standards of the UK.

  • 7. How to check whether tyres need replacement?

    If a tyre's tread depth is below 1.6mm, it needs a replacement. You can conduct the 20p test to check the tread depth of your car's tyre. Just insert a 20p coin into the tread grooves on the tyre. If the outer band on the coin is visible, the tyre's tread depth is below the legal limit. Also, you can look for cracks in the sidewall. If you find any, you must immediately opt for tyre replacement.

  • 8. How to know whether tyres need balancing?

    If you notice uneven and frequent tyre wear, juddering floorboards or steering wheels, and bumpy rides, your car's tyres need balancing.

  • 9. How to change the garage after booking?

    To make the necessary adjustment or change the garage after booking, you need to get in touch with our customer support team.

  • 10. How to cancel a service booking?

    To cancel your service booking, you have to initiate a cancellation request within 14 days after the day on which we accepted the booking.

  • 11. Can someone purchase tyres from Roadcircles and get them fitted somewhere else?

    No, you cannot purchase tyres from Roadcircles and get them fitted somewhere else. All tyre products purchased from Roadcircles can be fitted only from partner local garages.

  • 12. Are there warranty claims on tyre products?

    Yes, we offer a warranty on all our tyre products. However, you will have to furnish the payment invoice as proof of purchase. We will return the product price only after thorough quality checks from the manufacturer for any defects.

  • 13. What are the differences between summer and winter tyres?

    Summer tyres are manufactured with a hard rubber compound and a shallow tread depth structure. In contrast, winter tyre products feature a soft rubber compound with deeper treads. Summer tyres have low sipe density. However, they have unique tread bars customised to offer aquaplaning resistance. On the other hand, winter tyres have high sipe density designed to provide unmatched control on snow and slush.

  • 14. What are the requirements to become a fitter?

    To become a tyre fitter, you need to have a diploma or equivalent qualification in tyre fitting services. Additionally, you need to have a strong skillset in mechanics, electronic systems and tyre technology.