trust in every turn

At Newbrook Tyres Mullingar we have built our business since 1997
on the basis of ensuring quality tyres at the best possible prices

Car & 4x4 tyres

Whether it’s touring or sport, summer or winter, our range of car and 4×4 tyres meet a variety of vehicle needs and driving styles to help you master your journey

Motorcycle Tyres

From on-roading to off-roading to touring and racing, our motorcycle tyres excel in performance, stability and speed for all types of adventures.

Van Tyres

Our van tyres are capable of handling heavy loads and various road conditions, all while reducing fuel consumption to save you time and money.

Agricultural tyres

Whether it’s touring or sport, summer or winter, our range of car and 4×4 tyres meet a variety of vehicle needs and driving styles to help you master your journey

Off Road tyres

From on-roading to off-roading to touring and racing, our motorcycle tyres excel in performance, stability and speed for all types of adventures.

Bus & Truck tyres

Our bus tyres are capable of handling heavy loads and various road conditions, all while reducing fuel consumption to save you time and money.

Along with our emergency assist we also have ahnady tyre depot located in Mullingar business park

Our tyre Depot

Tyre Safety

Why is tyre safety so important?

Your safety, along with the safety of your passengers and other road users, could depend directly on the condition of your vehicle’s tyres. Tyres must: n be the right kind and size for your vehicle n be properly inflated n be free from defects and n have a tread depth of at least 1.6mm

Tyres must: n be the right kind and size for your vehicle n be properly inflated n be free from defects and n have a tread depth of at least 1.6mm What are the legal requirements for tyres in Ireland? By law, it is a driver’s responsibility to make sure that their vehicle meets legal requirements and is in a roadworthy condition at all times.

The Road Traffic (Construction and Use of Vehicles) Regulations 2003 sets out requirements for tyre condition and tyre tread depth for vehicles which are used on a public road. If you drive with damaged or worn tyres, you are putting your own life and the life of others at risk. You also risk prosecution. If you are convicted of the offence of driving with dangerous tyres, you could be fined up to E2,500, or receive a 3-month prison sentence, or both. You will also have five penalty points on your licence on conviction.

From the RSA Website (June 2019)

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