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Checking your Kia tyres
As your Kia’s tyres are the only point of contact with the road, it’s important to know that they are in optimal condition. Regularly checking your tyres is a key part of regular car maintenance.
Look along the sidewall for any damage or distortion. Then make sure that the tyre surface is free from nails, screws or thorns that can potentially cause a puncture. Then, verify the depth of the tyre tread. There should be at least 1.6mm of tyre tread depth across the middle of the surface, all the way around the tyre.
We recommend replacing the tyres on your Kia when the depth reaches 3mm. You’ll be assured optimal safety and performance in all weather and road conditions. If you’d like us to check the wear of your tyres, contact your local Brayley Kia dealership today.
What are the right tyre pressures for my Kia?
Every Kia car has its own specific tyre pressures. These may vary from front to rear too. You’ll find the recommended tyre pressures for your specific model in your Kia’s handbook or on the sticker in the driver’s door aperture.
Kia winter tyres
In the winter months, with cold, wet, and icy conditions, winter tyres can be a great investment to ensure maximum road grip. Our expert technicians will advise you on the best type of tyres depending on the kind of driving you do and the road conditions you are likely to experience.
Contact our specialists at your local Brayley Kia Service Centre today.
Where can I find Kia tyres?
When you’re looking for specialist Kia tyres and advice about the best tyres for your car, you can rely on your local Brayleys dealership. With Approved Kia Service Centres across Hertfordshire, Middlesex, Oxfordshire and London area, we’re here to keep you safe on the road in all seasons.