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Tyres in Darlington & Stockton

Darlington and Teesdale Auto Care, together known as The Auto Care Group are specialists in replacement tyres, servicing and repairs. Order your new tyres with three steps:

Step 1: Contact us to organise a free mobile fitting or use the form above to select a tyre fitting centre (Darlington or Stockton)
Step 2: Use the drop-down menu to select your tyre specifications, or enter your vehicle registration
Step 3: Order your tyres online and choose your fitting date and time slot – next day fitting is available

Purchase replacement tyres

As part of your MOT Test or Servicing, we check your tyres for roadworthiness, but we also offer a free tyre check at any time. Remember that your tyres must be fit for purpose in accordance with British Law and must:

• Be compatible with the types of tyres fitted to the other wheels
• Not have any lumps, bulges or tears caused by separation or partial failure of the structure
• Not have a cut or tear in excess of 25mm or 10% of the sectional width of the tyre, whichever is the greater, and which is deep enough to reach the ply or cord
• Not have any part of the ply or cord exposed

Our service centres

We stock all the major brands as well as one of the very best mid-range tyres, General Tire, made by award-winning manufacturer, Continental. Both of our branches are operated by local tyre experts and we pride ourselves on an honest and reliable service.


Darlington Auto Care is situated close to the city centre, on Parkgate which is not far from the Darlington Rail Station. From this centre, we also serve areas such as Cleasby, Hurworth on Tees, High Coniscliffe, Manfield and Piercebridge.

Stockton, Teesdale

Teesdale Auto Care is situated close to Thornaby train station, next to the River Tees. We also serve many customers from nearby areas such as Acklam, Stainton and Middlesbrough.

Book in your vehicle at either of our branches today or contact us for the lowest prices guaranteed.

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