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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
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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.
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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.
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Last updated 15/03/2020
The majority of drivers leave tyres to the professionals. While this makes sense in many situations, it can actually improve your safety – and save you some time and money – if you learn how to conduct a DIY check.
Tyres need to be inspected regularly, and if you’re on the ball, you could prevent tyre damage, punctures, and total blowouts. You could also end up improving fuel efficiency and performance while you’re at it.
Do your tyres need to be inspected? Call our expert team on 13 13 28 or click here to find your nearest store.
Having a worn out tyre tread isn’t just unsafe, it’s also illegal. In Australia, all tyres require a minimum tread depth of at least 1.5mm. Most tyres are now even fitted with tread wear indicators, so it’s easy for anyone to tell if they’re breaking the law.
Wear indicators are small blocks of rubber within the tread of a tyre at certain points around the tyre. As a tyre wears, these blocks get closer and ultimately become even with the surface of the tyre. If the blocks are in line with the rest of the tyre, it is time for new tyres.
Your tyre tread is what makes your grip so good on a wet road. Without it, a rainy day could result in a serious accident, which is why the legal requirement exists.
While you’re checking the tread, make sure there are no other signs of damage on the tyre, too.
Maintaining your tyres correctly not only saves you money in the long run, it could also save your life! Try the following tips if you want to make your tyres last longer:
Under-inflated tyres are more prone to damage and blowouts, so make sure you’re always checking your tyre pressure and inflating them where necessary. Your tyre manufacturer’s placard, usually found inside the driver’s door or in the glove box will specify the ideal pressure.
Bear in mind that over-inflation is also harmful to tyres. You’ll need to get in the hang of checking regularly and maintaining the perfect tyre pressure.
Tyres will wear out differently depending on whether they’re located at the front or rear of the vehicle. Switching the rear tyres with the front tyres can give them new life and make them last a little bit longer.
If you’re a fan of the sudden brake, taking sharp corners, and driving too fast over speed bumps, it’s time to change your ways. All of these things cause your tyres to wear out prematurely. You should also take care when driving around potholes or on unsealed roads.
Having your wheel alignment checked regularly is a great way to keep your tyres going a little bit longer. Tyres that aren’t in correct wheel alignment are more prone to damage and wear. Just ask your mechanic to perform it as part of your annual service
Your spare tyre’s pressure should be checked regularly, along with your other tyres, as you never know when you may need it. If your spare tyre is more than ten years old, it should be replaced, even if you’ve never used it. The same goes for your regular tyres – if they are more than ten years old, even if the tread looks good, you should still have them replaced.
If your car is due for a service or needs any kinds of mechanical repair, then call us on 13 13 28 to book a service, or here to find your nearest store..
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