What does a comprehensive vehicle inspection include?

The inspection will include everything the manufacturer specifies and is required for the logbook service. Everything below, and much much more!

  • 1. Test drive

    The engine, drivetrain, brakes and suspension in your vehicle will be tested to ensure that they are up to standard.

  • 2. Operational check

    The standard components of your vehicle such as seat belts, lights, wipers including washers and arm mechanism, horn will be inspected. The air/cabin filters and housing will also be checked.

  • 3. Digital battery check

    Your battery will be tested and printed results will be provided.

  • 4. Vehicle digital diagnostic scan

    A complete electronic diagnostic scan, with forefront equipment.

  • 5. Inspection of underbody

    A visual inspection will be conducted for leaks from your engine, exhaust system, fuel line and gearbox.

  • 6. Tyre pressure and tread wear check

    The condition, pressure and tread wear of your tyres (including the spare) will be inspected to ensure that it is up to the legal standard.

  • 7. Brake wear recommendation

    A precise measurement can be provided to you. This will also include a fluid condition check.

  • 8. Suspension system check

    Joints and bearings in your vehicle will be checked for any leaks.

  • 9. Final assessment of vehicle

    The wheels are cross checked and a final road test is performed to ensure quality of the service and operations performed.

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Is your car under 10 years old?

Is your car’s odometer reading under 150,000 KM's?

We recommend a logbook service.

We recommend a basic service.

Logbook service

What we recommend as it ensures your car gets exactly what it needs, when it needs it. Equal to giving your car a spa day.

  • Includes the checks, work and part replacements recommended by the car's manufacturer at specific times, often referred to as a scheduled service.
  • Increase vehicle resale value as it shows you look after your car.
  • It will also keep your new car warranty for newbies, for added peace of mind.
Basic servicing

At mycar we call these our Basic Services, but you might know it as a minor or fixed price service.

  • Includes an 86 point safety check, new engine oil and a new oil filter.
  • We'll report on anything needed to keep your car (Betty? Bruce? Cassandra?) in tip top shape, even if they are starting to show their age.

Get Your Rubber Back on the Road with mycar Tyre Repair

Nobody thinks about tyre replacement until they’re confronted with a flat tyre, a sudden puncture or non-existent tread. At mycar, our tyre repair experts are here to help when rubber problems send your plans into a spin, ensuring you get back on the road safely.

Can’t make it in? We’ll come to you.

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How We Fix Your Flat Tyre Fast

Step 1: We quickly and confidently remove the punctured, balding or damaged tyre from the wheel to assess the damage in accordance with Australian standards.

Step 2: Our team performs a thorough inspection of the problem tyre, assessing internal tyre components, the angle and size of any punctures, degradation of tread or damage to the tyre wall.

Step 3: We will repair the puncture if possible - sometimes a whole new tyre is required. If you are in need of a new tyre, our tyre experts will step you through your options according to your budget, make and model.

Step 4: Fitting and balancing your new tyre. Your spare tyre will be stowed away in your preferred location.


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How Customers feel about our tyre repairs

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Tessa - Suzuki Swift

Tyre puncture and old spare but garage was very busy. Still fit me in and fast and efficient service. I am very grateful.


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4 star rating
Belinda - Ford Territory

I was able to drop off my tyre for a puncture repair and pick it up that same afternoon. Service was very efficient and staff very welcoming.


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Tony - Hyundai I30

I had a slow puncture and was pleasantly surprised that I got the problem sorted within an hour if going in and didn't even book in.


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Leave Tyre Puncture Repair to the Experts

We understand you’ve got a life to lead, commutes to make, kids to drop off and road-trips to plan. Before you head to a hardware store, keep the following in mind - there’s more to repairing a tyre than sealing a hole. While we encourage all of our customers to know everything they can about their car, the safety of your family is paramount - structural damage isn’t always apparent to the untrained eye.

Why trust mycar with your flat tyre repair

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We guarantee our workmanship

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We’re honest and upfront about costs

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You’ll be supported and served by an Australia-wide network 260 locations and hundreds of automotive experts

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We are committed to your safety.

Get on the road again. Fix my tyre puncture today.

Tyre Repair Q&A

While it’s nearly impossible to predict a tyre puncture, regular servicing will give you an idea of how your tyres are faring against daily use. Balding, cosmetic damage, cracking and other issues can all be detected by our mycar mechanics and tyre experts, securing the safety of journeys to come and reducing the likelihood of an unpredictable flat. Sadly, we can’t tell you when you may pick up a stray nail on the road, but we always recommend keeping your eyes out for debris.

Unless your car is fitted with run-flat tyres, no, you should never drive on a flat or punctured tyre. Motorists are advised to only drive as far as they absolutely need to, often to get clear of oncoming traffic and find a safe place to pullover and change over to a spare. Run-flat tyres are a slightly different story - although their composition allows drivers to comfortably return home, provided home isn’t over 100km away and they don’t exceed 80km/h, a punctured run-flat tyre isn’t always safe to drive on (if they’ve been punctured and repaired beforehand - most tyre makers recommend run-flat tyres be replaced, not repaired).

Unless you work with tyres all day, every day, assume that you may need a new tyre and your old one shouldn’t be touched until an experienced set of hands can assess the damage. For a general rule of thumb, any impacted damage to the sidewall and shoulder will most likely lead to a tyre replacements, whereas a puncture in the middle of the tread can be repaired, provided the hole is under 6mm. Keep in mind, all tyre repairs are made from the inside out - you’ll never have the full picture until we strip the tyre off the wheel.

mycar uses sealants approved and endorsed by Australian standards, ensuring your patched up tyre will retain air on the road. Beyond air pressure, tyre sealants also prevent contamination of the tyre structure and casing, guarding against tread separation and issues later on.

Tyres not keeping their pressure. Our experts can stop that leak fast.

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