Make sure your car is safe when you’re on the road by having a Central Coast wheel & tyre specialist check, repair and replace your cars tyres. There are a range of tyres suitable for each make and model vehicle so getting the right one for you can be difficult. Local tyre shops specialise in picking and fitting the correct tyre for your vehicle. Whether you need a thin road tyre to a thick 4WD off-road tyre, stores throughout the Central Coast have what you need. Everyone has their own choice when it comes to tyres. If you only need a cheap fix a cheap budget tyre is a good choice, though they wear quicker than their more expensive counterparts, they offer a great solution for someone on a tight budget, or a smaller vehicle. Or if you have a bigger budget, or a car that requires a more substantial tyre, look through the Central Coasts range of higher-end tyres. Often featuring a thicker and wider tread, these tyres will generally last longer and are more cost-effective in the long term. Brands like Dunlop, Goodyear and Michelin offer a range of budget tyres throughout
the Central Coast, including 4WD and all-terrain options. But other brands like Toyo, Falken and Vitora offer alternative that may be more suitable for your situation. If you are unsure which tyre is right for you and your vehicle, contact your tyre expert to discuss your options. They can walk you through the benefits and help you weigh up the costs of your new set of tyres. Along with new tyres, most wheel and tyre stores on the Central Coast also offer a range of related services at a competitive price. The most common services available are wheel and tyre checks and wheel alignments and balancing. These services are critical to a successful tyre installation and will keep you driving safely on the road for a long time. Other services often offered include, suspension checks, steering and brake repairs, battery replacements and puncture repairs. Sometimes a tyre doesn’t need to be replaced. Nails, screws and other sharp objects often get lodged into tyres and this can lead to deflation. Rather than buying a whole new tyre, browse our list of tyre stores to get that annoying nail or screw out of your tyre.