Thanks I think that will be a great start ... be careful though, you'll get the bug and want to carry on!
Landsail is by no means the worst budget tyre brand and, assuming Darpod14 doesn't intend to drive his new acquisition as if he stole it - to coin a phrase - and has some driving experience enabling him to recognise hazards and drive accordingly, I see no reason to change what appears to be a fairly new set of tyres.
Mine came with 4 Chinese budgets. 1 Khumo. 1 Infinity, 2 Joyroads (still on, 40% worn). I needed one for the MOT in March, but replaced two with Vredestein 185/50x16 All Season ones. I'm prepared to be slated on this choice; but I haven't noticed excessive noise, odd behaviour etc so far. No wet weather yet. All Vredesteins are made in Netherlands or Hungary, and definitely not China. I confirmed this with their UK head office. I paid £80 each, all in, including only £1.50 each for disposal. This was through Watling Tyres in Kent. Came through in 2 days.
@timmus will be able to tell you better than me, but he retro adds Bluetooth to the rear of the stereo, totally oem looking ? then you can do everything you want, without having to change the stereo to non gen!Evening,
When you say bluetooth fitted what do you mean?? I’d love to be able to stream from my phone to the car...rather than using an FM transmitter plugged into the lighter...which I have to plug in and unplug as it’s always live
Those "safety tests"are" self certified" ie carried out in China, by the manufacturer. No oversight. Just pop the CE mark into the mold!Pretty much every tyre has to pass safety tests so you buy the brand that suits your budget.