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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.

Tyrepower’s Tyre Buying Guide

Tyrepower’s tyre buying guide is your tyre assistant.

Buying tyres with Tyrepower. Check this guide and have the confidence to buy the right tyres.

Battery Maintenance

Battery Maintenance with Tyrepower

Maintaining a safe and healthy battery with Tyrepower.

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Tyrepower Fleet

Need vehicle servicing, repairs, accommodation and more for your business vehicles?
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

As one of Australia’s leading multibranded fuel cards, the Tyrepower Fleet Card gives you the power of so much more.

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Roadworthy Inspections

Looking for a roadworthy inspection station? Your local Tyrepower store is a licensed inspection station and can issue roadworthy certificates for vehicles which pass the assessment. Whether you’re renewing the registration on an older car, selling a car and need a roadworthy certificate to complete the sale, or you’re thinking about buying a used car and want to check its current roadworthiness, we can help.

What’s a Roadworthy Certificate and When Do I Need One?

A roadworthy certificate is proof that a registered vehicle has passed a safety inspection to ensure it meets the minimum safety requirements and is safe to drive on public roads. Roadworthy certificates are required in all Australian states and territories, and there are several reasons why one is needed, such as:

  • Registration renewal. If your vehicle is more than five years old, it will likely need a roadworthy certificate before registration is approved. You’ll also need a roadworthy certificate if you’re renewing the registration of a vehicle that’s been unregistered for any period.

  • Selling a car. A roadworthy is required any time that ownership of a vehicle is transferred. This means you’ll need one when selling a car, or even when transferring ownership between family members.

  • Clearing a vehicle defect or un-roadworthiness notice. If your car has been issued with a Vehicle Defect Notice or a Notice of Un-roadworthiness, you’ll need to obtain a roadworthy certificate to re-register it.

What’s Checked During A Roadworthy Inspection?

The roadworthy inspection covers the vehicle’s key components and safety features to ensure its roadworthiness and only covers major safety-related items, such as:

  • Wheels and tyres (rims, tyre tread and depth, etc.)

  • Steering, suspension and brakes

  • Safety features (seats and seatbelts, mirrors, horn, etc.)

  • Lights, light covers, indicators, etc.

  • Windscreen and windows (including wipers and washers)

  • Vehicle structure (body, chassis, etc.) and engine.

Roadworthy certificates can only be issued by licensed inspection stations and are valid for 6 months. This means you must register your vehicle within this time frame.

Roadworthy 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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