Replace worn-out tyres in 3 easy steps

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    Enter the size of your tyres

    The size is written on the sidewall of your current tyre. Check out our FAQs for more info.

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    Compare and select

    Choose from a wide selection of leading tyre brands

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    Book a fitting time

    Confirm car model, registration number and fitment location, and we’ll come to you.

  • Know when your car tyres need replacing

    The legal limit for the minimum tread depth in Australia is 1.5mm, so it’s best to replace your tyres a little before then to ensure your tyres are roadworthy.

    You can check how worn your tyres are by looking at your tread-wear indicators. These are found moulded into the main tread grooves of your tyre at evenly-spaced intervals. If they’re flush with the surface of the road, it’s time for new tyres. Cracks, impact damage and punctures can also be a sign to change your tyres.

  • Text us and know for sure

    Having trouble figuring out if your tyres need replacing? Text us a photo for a free tyre check. Just park your car, turn the steering wheel fully to the left and take a shot of the front left tyre tread.

    Text your photo to 0447 257 636

Check your postcode

We cover the majority of postcodes in the metropolitan Melbourne. Enter your postcode below to check if your location is covered, or call us on 1300 031 131.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What information do I need to book online?

You’ll need to let us know the size of your tyres, the make and model of your vehicle, your registration number and some personal details, like a contact number and the address you’d like us to visit to fit your new tyres.

How do I find the size of my tyres?

Your tyre size is written as a sequence of numbers and letters on the tyre sidewall. For example, 185/55 R15 81H. Here’s what it breaks down to:

  • Width (185) – the width of your tyre in millimetres
  • Profile (55) – the size between wheel rim and the top of the tyre, measured as a percentage of the tyre width
  • Tyre size (R15) – the diameter of the rim in inches
  • Load index (81) – the load capacity in kilograms of the tyre. This number is an index, with the number referring to a KG load
  • Speed index (H) –the maximum speed the tyre can be safely driven at. This letter is an index, with the letter referring to a KPH speed.

Are there any extra costs?

The total cost will be listed during the online checkout process - this includes GST and any delivery fee. Free delivery on all orders over $250.

What happens to the old tyres?

We take old, unroadworthy tyres away for recycling and destruction free of charge. If an old tyre is still roadworthy you can keep it as a spare.

What is wheel balancing?

Included in the standard mobile tyre service, wheel balancing is essential to ensure newly fitted tyres can rotate freely. It ensures a smoother drive, promotes even tyre wear and helps you save on fuel. Wheels that aren’t properly balanced will cause your steering wheel to vibrate, giving you less control as a driver.

What is wheel alignment?

A wheel alignment involves using special machinery to adjust the angles of your vehicle's axles and wheels so that they point straight ahead in accordance with the manufacturer’s specification.

To the naked eye, your wheels may look like they’re pointing straight, but even the slightest amount of difference could be enough to cause uneven wear for your tyres. Driving onto the kerb, driving through a pothole, driving on unevenly surfaced roads can all cause your wheels to fall out of alignment.

You can add wheel alignment to your new-tyre purchase at an additional cost.