Bush Tyres have a specialised truck division catering for light and heavy commercial vehicles.

We at Bush understand the importance of controlling your costs and improving safety through effective tyre management.

 

FLEET MANAGEMENT

Bush tyre management packages have been built on the foundation of providing the right tyre, timely fitted and at the right price. Bush Tyres provide:

  • Fleet Inspections reports, which indicate tread depth levels and highlight which tyres need attention.
  • Annual Fleet Analysis Reports,which illustrate expenditure and costs per vehicle.
  • Fleet inspections can be carried out across the entire fleet. By means of regular inspection, work that needs to be undertaken can be identified and dealt with before it becomes critical. Undertaking preventative maintenance will enhance safety and keep down operating costs, thereby helping you to achieve better cost effectiveness across your entire fleet.


24 HOUR SUPPORT
We have a dedicated 24 hour a day freephone breakdown service that is operated by experienced staff to ensure down time is minimal!

 

Our Service vehicles are all monitored by Satellite navigation which enables much faster response times! Our Rapid Response service means that you can be confident that Bush Tyres will be there to get your commercial vehicles back on the road!

 

We have over 10,000 commercial Tyres in Stock!

THE BUSH COMMERCIAL TEAM
Our commercial staff are all trained through induction and continued training. We pride ourselves in the vast experience within our commercial team who are motivated to give a service which we believe is unsurpassed in the industry. 

NATIONWIDE COVERAGE
The company are members of all the major UK network service providers, including the I.T.D.N. (Independent Tyre Distributors Network). Through these service providers we are able to provide an emergency out of hours service, ensuring that we are available 24/7 throughout the UK and Europe.

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Commercial Tyres Questions

Why truck has wider tyres

Trucks have wider tyres due to the heavy weight. The larger the area, the lower pressure that the heavy weight puts onto each tyre. This helps to manoeuvre the vehicle more smoothly.

How to measure truck tyres

Truck tyres are marked with a Service Description on the tyre sidewall and is listed after the size designation. This is as per European regulation ECE-R54. These are measured in either mm or inches. You will be able to identify from the first number if your tyres are measured in mm or inches as this is the tyre width - for example, in mm, it may be 315 where as in inches, it may be 11. The measurements printed on the tyre represent the following: The tyre width, the aspect ratio, the construction code, the rim diameter in inches, the load index for single and dual fitment and finally the speed rating.

How to inspect truck tyres

Michelin recommend the following six pre-trip inspection checks: 1. Check tyre pressure is as per your manfuacturer's guidelines and is suitable for your load. 2. Valve caps should be checked to ensure they are secure. 3. Check of tread wear and depth. 4. A visual check for bulges or cuts in the sidewall. 5. Check wheel nuts and lug nuts for damage, wear or rust. 6. Suspension components should be inspected for problems. Our truck tyre experts at Bush Tyres can carry out regular checks for you and your fleet. Contact your local branch to find out more.

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How to maintain truck tyres

There are a variety of maitenance tasks that can be performed to ensure that your truck tyres stay in tip top condition. The most simplest tasks are regular visual checks and pressue checks. These can help you to identify potential issues early. At Bush Tyres, we can provide regular inspections of all your fleet vehicles, undertaking preventative maintenance to enhance your fleet safety and keep down your operating costs. Contact your local branch to enquire about our fleet management and tyre husbandry services.

What pressure should truck tyres be

The pressure of truck tyres depends on the wheel diameter and the code printed on the tyres. Please check with your tyre manufacturer for the latest recommendations and standards.

Why do truck tyres explode

The most common reasons for a truck tyre to explode are that the plies are over stretched, the tyres are underinflated, the tyres are not the correct spec for the truck, tyre tread separation or rotted spare tyres. Exploding tyres can usually be prevented with regular maintenance.

How long do truck tyres last

This heavily depends on the quality of the tyre, your driving style, mileage covered plus whether they are well maintained. Generally, truck tyres would be expected to last 25,000 to 50,000 miles however a good maintenance plan can increase their life span by up to 50%.

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