New Tyre Fitting, Tyre Safety Checks & Tyre Upgrades at Tallaght Tyres

New Tyres

As an independent tyre retailer, Tallaght Tyres can provide you with impartial and honest advice on the best tyres to suit your vehicle and needs. We have 1000's of tyres in all shapes and sizes to suit any make and model of car, van or 4x4.

We stock only the highest quality new cars tyres from premium manufacturers around the world. Our brands include:

  • Continental

  • Michelin

  • Pirelli

  • Goodyear

  • Dunlop

  • Bridgestone

  • Uniroyal

  • Conti Seal

At Tallaght Tyres, we only source tyres from the most reputable brands so you can be guaranteed of the highest quality. We also offer the most competitive prices for new tyres in Dublin.

Our expert tyre fitters provide quick and efficient tyre fittings. We guarantee to get you and your car back on the road as quickly as possible. To help you keep costs down we also supply exchanged tyres and offer a cheap and efficient puncture repair service.

Tyre Specialists

As a dedicated expert tyre stockist and fitter, we pride ourselves on offering not only the highest quality tyre brands, but also specialist tyre services.

Tallaght Tyres is a run-flat specialist, meaning we can fit state-of-the-art tyres that run safely even when they are flat. We are also licensed to stock and fit Conti Seal tyres – which are specially designed to ‘self-seal’ their own punctures.


Visit our centre to avail of a free tyre safety check, honest advice and expert new tyre fittings.

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Contact Tallaght Tyres Today for More Information on our New Tyre Services or to Arrange a Free Tyre Safety Check

Run Flat Tyres

Run flat tyres are specially designed tyres with reinforced sidewalls which allow them to continue to perform after air pressure has been lost. At Tallaght Tyres we provide new run flat tyres from a number of the world’s leading brands.

Run flat tyres provide security and the knowledge that should you suffer a puncture that you care will able to safely get you to a garage for repairs or replacement. A vehicle with run flat tyres can still cover a distance of up to 80 km at a speed of up to 80km/h (depending on load and vehicle and tyre brand, refer to manufacturer) after which the tyre would be rendered unsafe for further use. As run flat specialists we will be able to identify the extent of the damage and if the tyres can be repaired or if a replacement tyre is necessary.

Winter Tyres

Winter tyres are a must for every car and van to ensure safe driving in all weather conditions. At Tallaght Tyres, you will find high quality winter tyres from the most reputable manufacturers as well as expert advice on how to correctly maintain your winter tyres.

Winter tyres provide better safety and comfort than standard tyres on slush, ice, frost and even wet roads. In fact any time the temperature dips below +7 degrees centigrade, you’re better off on winter tyres. Major tyre manufacturers recommend changing to winter tyres between October and April as the average temperature drops below 7 degrees centigrade. At 7°C and below standard tyres begins to harden and loses grip. Winter tyres however remain flexible and ‘grippy’ even at low temperatures thanks to an optimised silica compound and a high proportion of natural rubber. A winter tyre will therefore key into the road surface and provide excellent grip, whereas the standard tyre will ride on the surface peaks.

For More Information on our New Tyre Services or to Arrange a Free Tyre Safety Check Call the Tallaght Tyres Team Today

New Tyres FAQ

  • How much do new tyres cost?

    The price of new tyres vary depending on the type of tyres you require and how many you need. Get in touch with Tallaght tyres for a free quote on our Dublin new tyres for all vehicles today.

  • How often should I change my tyres?

    This varies depending on the mileage of your vehicle. Most tyres are safe to drive for around 20,000 to 30,000 miles, but this can vary depending on the terrain you drive on etc. If you’re unsure of whether you need your tyres replaced, get in touch with Tallaght Tyres today.

  • How long do tyres last?

    Most new tyres last about six to ten years, but this can vary depending on how many miles the tyres cover and the type of surface that the tyres are being driven on.