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How to check your tyre tread

When was the last time you checked your car's tread depth?

Checking your tyre tread depth is important to keep safe on our roads.

What are the best SUV tyres?

What makes a good SUV tyre? Here at Tyrepower, we have the answers.

So, you own an SUV but are wondering what the best aftermarket tyres are to buy? Tyrepower are leaders in the Australian tyre market.

Wheel Alignments with Tyrepower

Proper alignment of your vehicle's wheels is essential.

When should I get a wheel alignment?

Work Ute tyres

The humble work ute - which tread pattern will best suit your vehicle?

The versatile Aussie ute. With many tyre options on the market, Tyrepower takes a look at tHighway and All-terrain tyres that may be suited to your ute.

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With Tyrepower ProFleet, your fleet of vehicles gets priority booking at over 270 Tyrepower locations across Australia and New Zealand.

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Tyrepower Fleet Card

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Vehicle Safety Inspections at Tyrepower Stores

The award-winning Tyrepower stores located across Australia are licensed vehicle inspection stations and provide vehicle safety inspections so that you can get the green slip, blue slip or pink slip (eSafety Check) you need to register your vehicle. As your local Tyrepower store, we can provide you with a green slip check (to get your CTP Green Slip), blue slip inspections and pink slip checks (eSafety Checks). To book your car in for an inspection at a convenient time, contact us today.

What’s a Green Slip?

Compulsory Third Party (CTP) green slips are legally required for all vehicles registered in NSW, except trailers which are covered by the green slip of the towing vehicle. Please note that green slips are only required in NSW, if you live elsewhere in Australia, refer to the CTP requirements in your state or territory.

What’s a Blue Slip?

An authorised unregistered vehicle inspection report (blue slip) is required to verify that a currently unregistered vehicle is safe to drive on public roads. If your light vehicle is currently unregistered and you plan on registering it in NSW, you’ll need a blue slip.

What’s a Pink Slip?

Pink slips are now known as an eSafety Checks. You’ll need a pink slip if your car is over five years old and its registration is due in NSW. As with all vehicle roadworthy inspections, eSafety Checks must be conducted at an authorised inspection station.

What If You Don’t Pass?

If your vehicle fails the safety inspection, you’ll be notified of the repairs required to pass the next time. It’s important to note that in most Australian states and territories you only have 14 days in which to have the required repairs carried out if you’re to have your car inspected again at the same inspection station. Our mechanics can manage all the repairs required, making the process of getting your pink, green or blue slip easier and more convenient for you.

Currently, vehicle safety inspections are offered by select stores only, please contact 13 21 91 to speak to your local store or find your nearest Tyrepower here.

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