To comply with the new e-Privacy directive, we need to ask for your consent to set the cookies.
COVID-19 Update: Our 260 stores across Australia are open as an essential service to get people where they need to be, safely.
Find the right tyres for the right place
Check the size of your tyre for the width, profile and rim size
Can’t get to a mycar store? Hey, no problem. If you’re in Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane, we can come to you. Tell me more
We believe consistent service gets consistent results.
Can’t get to a mycar store? Hey, no problem. We can come to you.
Don’t wait ‘til your car starts shaking. Regular wheel alignment checks improve fuel economy and reduce
As an authorised logbook service provider with the latest diagnostic equipment, we’ll service your
vehicle so you can maintain your new car warranty.
This is a great option If you’ve got an older car or you don’t want to stick to your car manufacturer’s
preferred servicing schedule.
If you operate a fleet, we can help with all your tyre, car repair and car servicing needs. We have over
260 stores located Australia-wide.
Get your rego done super-fast at one of our Authorised Inspection Stations in NSW, QLD, VIC, ACT, NT, TAS
Find the right battery at the right price that will fit most vehicles.
We work on customer relationships, as much as we work on cars.
Finding solutions with sophisticated scanning and diagnostic equipment.
Regular checks will help ensure your family is safe on the road.
Whether your car’s a manual or an automatic, we keep it running smoothly.
Avoid overheating and costly engine repairs with regular checks.
Solutions to reduce engine noise and pollution and improve performance.
The right advice can reduce maintenance and running costs.
Can’t get to a mycar store? Hey, no problem. If you’re in Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane, we can come to you.
Buy two or more tyres, and you’re eligible for services like a FREE wheel balance, tyre rotation or air pressure check. Who doesn’t love free stuff?*
You don’t just buy tyres, you buy peace of mind, when you purchase tyres from our Tyre Care Plan Range, because you get a 30-day tyre satisfaction guarantee, 12-month road hazard warranty, free puncture repairs and more.*
With over 96% of Australians driving an extra 1,500km per year to help put their baby to sleep, we understand the importance of a car serviced so smoothly that it could put a baby to sleep.
* Terms & Conditions apply
OUR TEAM LOOK AFTER YOU AND YOUR TEAM
Without a doubt, our biggest investment is in our team. We’re proud to train our staff to new and higher industry standards in service quality. And it all starts with one simple thought – people come first.
Last updated 01/01/2020
Save yourself some time and money by following our DIY maintenance tips for your tyres, fluids, oil, brakes, battery, and lights. Some won’t take you more than five minutes – you’ll be surprised at how easy it can be!
To be clear, these tips shouldn’t replace your car’s regular service, but they can get you by in between.
If you’re experiencing issues with your car’s brakes, batteries, tyres, lights, oil or fluid give our experts a call on 1300 875 023 to see how we can help, or find your nearest store here.
This is one of the simplest ways to keep your car running smoothly. It takes no more than five minutes to do and could end up preventing a major issue. Use your car’s manual to locate where each type of fluid is located and how to tell if you’re running low on:
Checking your oil regularly is important and should be done at least once a month. To check oil levels, ensure the car is warm and parked on level ground. Give it a few minutes to settle before locating the dipstick (your manual will be able to tell you where it is), removing it, and wiping it clean. Now push the dipstick all the way back in and remove it – if it’s between the two high and low marks, it’s all good (though you might want to top up if you’re very close to the low end).
Take note of the oil condition. It should be a golden colour with a smooth consistency. If it’s dark, mud-like, or gritty, you will need to change the oil.
Tyres, including your spare, should be checked frequently to ensure there is enough air pressure and the tread has not been worn down. Tyre pressure should be checked when the tyres are cold, so do it at home with your own pressure gauge or drive to a service station that is close by.
Pressure is commonly measured in pounds per square inch (PSI) and bar units. The minimum requirement for your tyres will be specified by the manufacturer on a placard inside the driver’s door, petrol flap or in the glove box.
It’s crucial that your tyre tread depth is at least 1.6mm. You’ll be able to tell if you’re nearing the legal limit by the wear indicators on your tyres. Remember to check for other obvious signs of damage and wear and tear, as these could put you at risk.
Make sure your external lights (such as headlights and brake lights) are in working order. If you don’t have someone to check the brake lights with you, simply check them while the rear of the car is facing a wall and you can see the reflection. In Australia, a broken brake light is a fine-worthy offence, so just give them a quick check once a week. You can also give the horn and windscreen wipers a check, while you’re at it.
Locate your car’s battery and make sure there is no mineral build up or leakage. If there is a crusty, white mineral build up, purchase a battery cleaning brush from any auto store and clean it off. This can help preserve your battery for much longer.
It’s always a good idea to pay attention to your brakes. If your brakes are noisy or slow to respond and there’s nothing wrong with your brake fluid levels, it could be a sign that you need to get them fixed. Don’t forget to check your hand brake, too. Every now and then, park on a hill and test your hand brake to make sure it still holds.
If your car is due for a service or needs any kinds of mechanical repair, then call us on 1300 875 023 to book a service, or click here to find your nearest store..
Women in the driving seat
Tyre pressure guide
Wheel alignment v wheel balance
Everything you need to know about run flat tyres
* fields are mandatory
please fill all required fields!