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Questions about the rezulteo site
rezulteo is a tyre comparison site and tyre purchase guide. Every day we collect prices for more than 50 brands across hundreds of tyre centres which you can view through our tyre comparison tool. We also provide up to date useful information and advice on tyres through our blog, tyre advice guides and live chat/email service. In short, our mission is to provide you with all the information you need to compare and buy your tyres online.
The rezulteo search tool, which you can find on our homepage, is designed to help you find the right tyres for your vehicle. Depending on your search terms, the tool will ask you questions and use your answers to recommend suitable tyres. You can then compare prices for these tyres at different retailers.
You can search for any (or a combination of) the following in the search box: tyre size, vehicle, a specific tyre or tyre brand, a season, or a tyre centre.
A few examples:
- 205 55 R16 91 V
- 245/55 R17 summer
- Ford Fiesta
- Kwik fit Manchester
- Michelin tyres
Please note: if possible when searching by tyre size include both the load and speed indices (see section:), this will make it easier for the search tool to provide you with quick and accurate results. If you don’t know your load or speed indices, you can search with size only.
Another good way to search on our site is through our vehicle directory. Select your vehicle brand, spec and tyre size to see recommendations for your car.
We’re constantly working to improve our search tool, and we recognise that it’s not yet 100% perfect. If you don’t get the result you were expecting, first check that there are no spelling mistakes in your search, as this could upset the system! Also be sure to type tyre sizes without slashes, so for example: 205 55 R16 and not 205/55/R16. You can add or remove terms from the search box at any time to help to refine the results. If you still can’t find what you’re looking for, please don’t hesitate to contact our customer service assistants who will be happy to help you.
A few search terms that don’t work:
- Tyre sizes written with multiple slashes, please just write the numbers
- Tyre sizes with a speed index but no load index (and vice versa)
- General questions such as “what’s the EU tyre label result for Michelin CrossClimate tyres?”
• What is the point of the driver profiles: careful, practical, urban, exclusive, sporty and thrifty?
Choosing a driver profile for the question “what kind of motorist are you” helps us to give you a more personalised recommendation. For example, if you choose “sporty” our search tool will recommend a selection of tyres adapted to high speed use. If you choose “thrifty” it will recommend tyres which offer the best value for money in terms of price and quality.
Most of the prices on our site are fully-fitted prices meaning they include the standard fitting package at the chosen retailer. The exceptions are Blackcircles, C Tyres, MyTyres, Oponeo and Tirendo for whom the prices shown do not include fitting. If you buy tyres at one of these retailers you can opt for fitting at an additional charge.
Prices on rezulteo are updated daily. There can, however, be a few hours’ delay between a retailer changing the price on their website and the new price being visible on the rezulteo site.
Questions about buying tyres
There are several factors to consider when choosing your tyres. Most of all, you need to find a good balance between price, performance and tyre life. For more information, take a look at our tyre advice guides. The EU tyre label can also help when comparing tyre performance.
You can find out which sizes are approved for your vehicle with the help of 5 pieces of information in your vehicle log book. These are brand, model, year of registration, fuel type and engine. Once you have this information your can find your approved sizes via our vehicle directory.
There are several ways to find the recommended tyre pressure for your vehicle. You will usually find this information in your vehicle handbook, on a label on the fuel cap, or on the inside of the driver’s door. If in doubt, you can also check our vehicle directory.
We divide tyre brands into three categories: premium, mid-range and budget. You can find out more about the differences in our guide to brand types.
Summer tyres are designed for use in consistently positive temperatures. In the UK, the majority of drivers use summer tyres all year round, however for some people it can be a good idea to switch to either winter or all season tyres for the winter season. Winter tyres are designed to keep their performance even in minus temperatures. All season tyres are a compromise choice and can be used in both summer and winter conditions, though with lower performance than dedicated summer and winter tyres.
Find out more about the different types of tyre with our tyre advice guides.
On the rezulteo site, we categories tyres into three main types:
- Eco tyres are economical tyres. They provide the best balance of quality, price and performance, through lower fuel consumption and increased mileage.
- HP tyres are high performance tyres. These tyres offer increased responsiveness and grip on the road.
- Sports tyres are the best adapted to fast driving. They generally provide higher than average performance for powerful, high speed vehicles.
Information for Professionals
If you’re interested in working with us, and you’re a tyre retailer or network with at least 20 centres, you can register on the RZ Retail platform. Contact us for more information.
To be listed on rezulteo, first of all you must be a tyre retailer. Secondly you will need to provide all the information requested by RZ Retail and agree to an affiliation or Web2Store agreement.
You can update your information in the Settings section of your RZ Retail account.