If you know your tyre details (they're written on the sidewall e.g. 225/45 R18) then you can go on a website like http://www.blackcircles.com/ and see how much it's going to cost or just give the garage a ring once you know the tyre size you need. Remember though that internet prices will be cheaper and the local garage is normally going to be more expensive. An option if you're hard up for cash is to get some part worn tyres as they're much cheaper, for this ebay is your friend.
Last edited by iwantcheese5; 30-05-2011 at 19:37.
If anything, the likes of ATS and Kwikfit will be more expensive. They're big companies and because they know they'll get the business, they'll charge more IMO.
I'd be inclined to take it to your local garage. The relationship between themselves and you will be much more personal because they want you to return; the big ones won't care. It's a straight in, straight out attitude. Support the smaller business, keep them afloat and you may find yourself paying less in the future.
Some garages will fit tyres for free if you take the wheel in on its own; I know my garage does.
Last edited by LandyJon; 30-05-2011 at 20:47.