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teacake44 | 12:39 Sun 16th Jun 2019 | Motoring
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Looking to buy new tyres for car, so on looking at the fuel and breaking performance on the tyres. Is it really worth paying the extra for a top of the range brand that is showing a (B) or (C) rating for fuel. Thanks

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That depends, I think, on how much mileage you do. If you often make long trips, on fast roads, then it might be a good idea to get the best tyres that you can afford. After all, you no doubt want to feel safe and secure when you're driving your car. If, however, you do only short trips, pottering about in your neighbourhood, maybe cheaper (but still new) tyres would be OK.
depends on the car, mostly you can go for mid range though for High performance cars I'd go premium.
what's the car? Tyre size?
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165/70R/14/ 80T OR S
Just bought 4 Roadstone Eurovis Sport 04 tyres. The guys who run the small family run tyre fitters in my local town all fit them to their cars. Happy so far, especially with road noise.
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Cheers all.

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