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Have you mounted your winter tyres yet?

1 min to readYour lease car: tips & tricks
As autumn and winter are approaching and the average daytime temperatures are dropping, it is now time for your summer tyres to give way to your winter tyres.

If you have not already done so, we would like to invite you to make an appointment with the tyre centre where your vehicle's tyres have been stored during the last rotation.
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You do not know the storage location of your winter tyres?

  1. My LeasePlanUse the My LeasePlan app

    In the Tyres tab of your application, please select Tyre change to find out where your winter tyres are stored. Please contact the partner indicated to perform the switch.

    No access yet? Make your request online.

  2. FIRSTContact our driver service : FIRST

    Our FIRST team is at your disposal by email at or by phone on (+352) 40 44 11 11.

Why change? To avoid billing at the end of the contract for abnormal tire wear in your leasing, remember to respect the seasons to make the changeover.

Check your tyre pressure at least once a month A tyre naturally loses pressure over time, and the amount of air that is lost depends on the temperature. We therefore recommend that you check your tyre pressure, including the pressure of your spare wheel, at least once a month and before any long journey.

Driving with over-inflated or under-inflated tyres shortens your tyres’ lifespan, reduces your driving comfort and impairs the car’s braking and traction. Insufficient pressure causes the tyre’s casing to weaken, with the following consequences: a greater risk of overheating and therefore blow-out, increased rolling resistance and premature wear. Excessive pressure will reduce grip, the tyres’ lifespan and will increase the risk of uneven wear.

It is critical that you inflate your tyres to the pressure recommended by the manufacturer, because that pressure is specifically set for your vehicle. If you follow the recommendations, you will optimise the performance of your tyres, their longevity and your safety. Bear in mind that recommended pressures are different for front and rear tyres.

Published at October 4, 2022
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