Next Day Fitting in Crowthorne
Absolute Tyres is a tyre supply and fitting centre, serving Crowthorne and the surrounding area. We pride ourselves on applying professional knowledge and technical expertise to give our customers the best advice, and the best deals, on a wide range of tyre brands. We don’t just provide and fit tyres; we also offer wheel balancing, tracking, and expert advice to ensure your safety.
If you’re in Crowthorne then we can help, no matter what vehicle or price range you bring our way. Whether you need someone to work on your brakes or replace your bulb, battery or exhaust or to just talk to someone who knows what needs doing, we’re here to help.
There are a variety of ways to book an appointment for any of the above services; you can use the booking service on this website, call us on 01344 466 189, drop us an email at email@example.com, or visit us in person. You don’t need to pay on booking, just choose a date and time that’s convenient for you and pay while receiving your service. Bookings can be made in advance, so you don’t need to worry about fitting a service into your busy schedule – we’re happy to work to your timetable.
A faulty TPMS sensor can now result in an immediate MOT failure. As of 1st January 2015 any car manufactured from 2012 onwards that is displaying a TPMS warning light on the dashboard will automatically fail its MOT test.
Should you require a new TPMS sensor, at Absolute Tyres we can supply a cost-effective replacement sensor which clones your existing settings for a fraction of the price of a dealership replacement. We can also service your existing TPMS sensors to ensure they continue to work correctly.
A sensor valve in each tyre monitors tyre pressures and reports low pressures or tyre pressure imbalances to the driver via the dashboard display.
TPMS sensors should be serviced regularly to avoid sensors developing faults. One of the most common TPMS sensor issues we see is battery failure. The more miles you travel, the quicker the battery will deplete. TPMS sensor stems can also become corroded over time just like standard tyre valves as they are open to the elements and take on everything the road throws at them.