Mobile tyre fitting for vans and light commercial vehicles
Hometyre service vehicles and technicians are fully equipped and trained to supply and fit new tyres for all light commercial vehicle types. From a small 'combo' type van up to a 3.5 tonne box van or tipper. We fit commercial tyres to single axle, twin axle and twin wheeled vehicles alike.
With a huge range of tyre options from cheap commercial tyres through to the highest standard premium grade tyres, we have a product for all budgets and applications with fitting absolutely at your convenience!
Our commercial vehicle customers recognise the value of keeping their vehicles on the road and working. Taking time out of any day to visit a fitting centre carries the often forgotten additional costs incurred through vehicle downtime and staff wages.
Hometyre mobile tyre fitting units will travel to wherever your vehicle is working to replace or repair your commercial tyres. Tyres can be ordered and paid for online with fitting location and times selected too. All you need do is ensure the vehicle is present for us!
What makes a commercial tyre different than a 'normal' car tyre?
A normal car tyre is designed and constructed with many different characteristics in mind - comfort, wet grip, quietness, braking, handling, cornering etc. A commercial tyre, however, has to offer ultra load carrying capabilities and superb longevity. Obviously a commercial vehicle is driven very differently from a passenger car and is generally a business tool.
You should choose carefully the most suitable product for the vehicles usage by examining the tyre labeling information or by contacting our team for assistance.
Commercial tyres are denoted by the small van icon on our site and will have the letter C suffixed within the size details (C denoting COMMERCIAL) i.e.:-
These tyres will also have load index information such as:
These numbers relate to the permissible maximum loading (reference the chart here) for tyres mounted as an axle pair first (104) or as a single tyre (102)
6ply or 8ply tyres?
A radial tyre is constructed using multiple layers of steel or polyester belting (or plies) to provide rigidity at point of contact with the ground. The more layers, the more durable the tyre. Obviously this suits commercial vehicles but would make a passenger car much firmer and provide less cornering and handling abilities.
The weighting and loading of any particular commercial vehicle would dictate which ply rating - 6,8, 10 or 12 - is most suitable. For example, a smaller van used for load carrying may simply require a reinforced car type tyre (extra load) or a 6ply commercial tyre. whereas a larger box van (Ford Transit etc) would require an 8ply product.
For more information, please contact our team for assistance or enter you tyre size and location details above for a list of products available to buy online today. Alternatively, complete the form below and we'll get right back to you!
- Tyre Info
- How to Check Your Tyres
- UK Tyre Laws
- Tyre Data and Symbol Guide
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- Van Tyres
- 4x4 tyres
- Winter tyres & Seasonal Tyre Swapping
- European Winter Tyre Regulations
- Vehicle Manufacturers Tyre info
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