Handy Tyre Maintenance Tips
Tyres require a lot of maintenance – and making sure you do it right and regularly is just as important as looking after your car’s engine. Without the right amount of maintenance, your tyres can wear unevenly, leading to dangerous driving conditions and poor fuel economy.
We’ve put together some helpful maintenance tips below. Keep reading to find out more.
General Tyre Care
There’s a range of tyre maintenance you can do to ensure they wear evenly, including checking your air pressure, taking care when parking or turning corners, and avoiding overloading your car.Find out more
Choosing Your Next Tyres
If you’re at the stage where you need to select new tyres, it can be a difficult choice to make, especially if you need to choose something within a tight budget. Thankfully, Tyrepower can share seven basic tips that will help simplify your decision.Find out more
Reading Your Tyres
Want to know what your type of tyres your car currently has? There should be a code moulded into the sidewall, which not only tells you what type of tyre you have, but helps you to understand its technical capabilities.Find out more
Tyre Loads & Speed Ratings
Not only is it illegal to drive with tyres that are lower than the recommended speed rating, it’s also dangerous for you and other road users. That’s why it’s important you follow the appropriate speed ratings and tyre load recommendations.Find out more
If you want to know more information about your tyres, your tyre placard is the best port of call. This placard contains all the details about correct tyre use for your car, including recommended sizes, inflation pressures and maintenance advice.Find out more
Understanding Run Flat Tyres
Also known as mobility tyres, run flat tyres allow you to continue to run safely in the event of a sudden or gradual deflation. A number of leading manufacturers have started to equip their vehicles with these tyres.Find out more
Space Saver Spares
If you have a highly compact vehicle, it’s likely you have a space saver spare tyre. This type of spare is lighter and smaller than the rest of the tyres on your vehicle, and designed to only be used for a short amount of time.Find out more
Low Profile Tyres
Want to upgrade your tyres? It may be worth considering a low profile tyre, as they can generally improve your car’s steering response, handling characteristics – and even contribute to your car’s overall appearance.Find out more
4WD Driving Tips
Driving a 4WD through the outback is a popular pastime in Australia, however it’s important that you understand the right driving practices to ensure they safety of you and your passengers.Find out more
Arrange Your Tyre Maintenance Today
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