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Trading for 52 years

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About O'Neills Tyres

When you need new tyres why would you choose anyone other than O'Neills Tyres. Our qualified mechanics can also complete services and safety checks for you. As well as steering servicing, grease and oil changes, wheel balancing and alignments, tyre inspections, rotations, and more! Let O'Neills Tyres put you on the right track when you need tyre advice. Call us for a free quote today.


  • All leading brands of tyres

  • Large range of alloy wheels

  • Batteries


  • Full car servicing available

  • Steering and suspension repairs & replacement

  • Grease & oil change

  • Wheel balancing & alignment services

  • Tyre inspection & rotation available

  • Full safety check

  • Puncture repairs available

  • Logbook servicing

  • Brake repairs & replacements

  • New & replacement batteries

  • Registration pink slips

  • Installations

  • In-store pick-up

  • In-store shopping

  • Qualified team of tyre professionals

  • Award-winning tyre and auto workshop

  • Great brands

  • Safety checks

  • Affordable tyres

  • Wheel alignment


61 Melbourne St, East Maitland NSW

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  • ISO Accredited Service Centres

  • Winner of the Goodyear Australian Dealer of the Year Award

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Wheel Alignment?

Wheel alignment is a mechanical service whereby we make sure your cars wheels are correctly aligned. We do this by adjusting the steering and suspension of a vehicle back to its original manufacturers settings. The extent to which your vehicle requires wheel alignment will depend on factors such as the driving history of the car as well as the type of vehicle you drive.

How Often Should You Get Your Car Serviced By a Mechanic?

As a general rule, it's recommended to have your car serviced once every 6 months or once every 10,000 km. Every car is different though and some manufacturers require servicing more often. To check your vehicle's servicing requirements, inspect the log book or owners manual.

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