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Affordable Quality Tyres across Bedfordshire

Your Local Tyre Specialists

If your vehicle needs a new tyre, talk to us. We stock a wide range including good quality cheap tyres as well as premium brands. At Jackson and Phillips Automotive Services Ltd we’re happy to check the condition of your tyres and if we can repair it and it is still roadworthy we will. If you need a new one we can also advise on that too.

Stay Safe and Stay Legal

It is vital to make sure that your tyres are safe. They need to be regularly checked for correct inflation and to see whether they are worn. Contact us today for advice and the best deals on tyres.


If your tyres are worn you could be putting yourself and other road users’ lives at risk. You could also receive points on your licence as well as a large fine.

The penalty for each tyre is a fine of over £2000 and 3 points on your licence. The legal limit is currently 1.6mm tread depth across the central 75% of the tyre. If all of your vehicle’s tyres fall below the legal limit you could face a fine of £10,000 and risk losing your driving licence.

Incorrectly Inflated

Your vehicle’s steering, handling and road holding can be affected if its tyres are incorrectly inflated. It can also mean that:

  • Stopping distances are increased
  • Fuel consumption increases
  • Faster wear meaning tyres need to be replaced quicker
  • A less comfortable ride for you and your passengers
  • Stay safe and see how we can help you with the best deals on tyres. Contact us today for affordable, quality tyres in Bedfordshire.
Tyre Specialist Leighton Buzzard

What Our Customers Say

Jackson & Phillips team very helpful always find they give a great service and would recommend them to any one.

Mr Whales

Jackson & Phillips are an excellent firm, I have taken my cars to them for the past ten years.

Mrs Adam

Used Jackson & Phillips for the past 8 yrs, highly recommend the company. Staff polite and efficient, excellent quick repair on my vehicle yesterday, many thanks

Martin Johnson

I have used Jackson & Phillips for many years for my cars and vans. They always deliver a good reliable service. All the people who work there are always helpful and polite.

John Turner

Excellent customer service, very happy with work that was done.

Katherine Ring

Excellent – no reservations, I would recommend this company to anyone

Mr Brazier

Excellent work, great service and very reliable. They've been my one stop shop for all my car issues for 5 years and I've no plans to change.

Mr Flood

Jackson & Phillips are a friendly, hard working, and trustworthy company who do all their work in the best interest of the customer.

Jack Dean

This business is outstanding, they've looked after our family cars for the last 15 years, completely reliable and trustworthy and a high standard of work. I couldn't recommend them highly enough.

Dave G

Reliable, knowledgeable, very accommodating: I needed a small job doing on a Saturday morning, no appointment, they found a space and I was gone in 20 mins. Have been using them for years, wouldn't think of going elsewhere.

Mr Wells

Tyre Specialist Leighton Buzzard

As tyres are your only point of contact with the road surface, it is very important that they are in prime condition at all times to avoid endangering yourself, passengers and other road users.

Huge Range of Tyres

From our location in Leighton Buzzard, we stock a huge selection of tyres for a range of cars and vans. If you would like some assistance choosing the right tyre for you, our team will be more than happy to help.

Tyre supplier, Leighton Buzzard

If you’re looking for a reputable trye supplier in Leighton Buzzard, contact Jackson & Phillips today. We have over 50 years’ experience in the supply, fitting and repair of tyres for a whole range of different vehicles.

Contact Us Today

At Jackson & Phillips, we can supply tyres at extremely competitive prices for all types of car and van. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us today to arrange an appointment.

Car & Van Tyre Supplier

When to replace your tyres

Tyres are one of the most important safety elements to our vehicles, whether they’re van tyres or car tyres, but they’re also one of the most neglected elements. Below are 5 signs that could mean you need to replace your tyres soon.

1. When the tread depth is low

The tread on your tyres has two key safety functions, including:

  • Helping your vehicle to grip the road
  • Helping to displace water on the roads surface to improve the vehicles control in wet conditions.

Because of these factors, it’s vital you change your tyres once the tread reaches the legal depth of 1.6mm. The most important reason for doing this is safety, but also, failing to change your tyres at this stage could result in penalty points, a harsh fine, or in extreme cases, the loss of your licence.

2. When you notice damage

When you examine your tyres, if you notice any cracks, splits or bulges, you need to replace them as soon as possible. Damage to tyres may sometimes look minimal, but at speed or as you drive over potholes etc., the stress around the cracks or splits increases and could result in a blowout and the subsequent loss of control of your vehicle.

3. When you’ve had a puncture

Often, punctures can be repaired by a qualified technician, but, there are many occasions where a repair isn’t possible and the tyre will need replacing. If you’ve had a puncture and had it temporarily repaired, get it inspected by a tyre specialist as soon as possible.

4. When you notice uneven wear

When inspecting your tyres, look out for patches where the tread is smoother on one side than the other. If you do notice this uneven wear, it could be a sign the tyres are incorrectly balanced or there could be fault with the vehicles tracking, braking or suspension system. Whatever the reason, if your tyres are showing signs of uneven wear, it’s best to get them replaced.

5. When your tyres are old

Like other components on your vehicle, tyres deteriorate with age, even if you rarely use the vehicle. As a general rule, if you haven’t changed your tyres within the last five years, it’s best to get them inspected by a tyre specialist.

To check the age of your tyres, look along the sidewall, where you’ll find a 4-digit code imprinted. This code identifies the week of production and the year. For example 3819 tells you that the tyre was manufactured on the 38th week of 2019.

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