Results for: "Tyre Dealers" - "Tyres" in "Durban, Durban-North, South Africa"

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65 Marshall Dve

Unit 7

Marshall Dve

Durban

4300

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.7060385

31.0351593

29 Stalwart Simelane St

Stalwart Simelane St

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.8596153

31.0321999

171 Anton Lembede St

Anton Lembede St

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.858884

31.030293

95 Brickhill Rd

Brickhill Rd

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.8420947

31.0307223

Brickfield Rd

Brickfield Cntr

Brickfield Rd

Durban

4067

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.83938

30.991227

70 Intersite Av

Umgeni Bus Prk

Intersite Av

Durban

4051

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.810777

30.993472

2 Stanhope Plce

Stanhope Plce

Durban

4051

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.803868

31.012333

441 Umgeni Rd

Umgeni Rd

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.837541

31.0234

Tyre Dealers

Not all tyre dealers charge the same prices for car tyres, truck tyres or tyres for trailers. Do some research and consult a few tyre dealers before making your purchases.

Car maintenance can be extremely pricey, but if you own a vehicle, it’s an essential part of the upkeep that ensures your car is still roadworthy. Replacing your car tyres is one of the most important aspects of vehicle maintenance as they are in direct contact with the road that you’re driving on. Finding a reputable tyre company is the first step towards your safety on South African roads.

What To Look For In A Car Tyre Dealer

When it comes to fitting tyres to your car, it’s best not to go for second-hand tyres. While some people can only afford this, it is never advisable unless the tyres are in much better condition than yours and have a decent amount of tread on them. Retreads are also not as safe as brand new tyres, but again, if it’s all you can afford, and they are better quality and condition than your current tyres, then it will enhance your safety on the roads marginally.
There are many companies offering tyre fitting services, so which do you go with?

Here are a few considerations to look at before buying from a tyre supplier.
  • Price is the first factor that buyers consider when fitting new tyres. If you know the size of the tyres you need, you can call all the tyre dealers on our database and get verbal quotes before making the drive to get them fitted.
  • You will find that some tyre dealers have special offers or can get better prices on certain tyre brands.
  • Brands can differ vastly in quality, so make sure you choose a dealer that has stock of reputable branded tyres for your car.
  • Enquire about fitment, if it costs extra, as well as availability.
  • Can they fit your new car tyres straight away and will there be a waiting period?
  • If you don’t know what size tyre your car takes, simply call a tyre dealer and tell them the make and model of your car and they will be able to look it up for you. Then you can get comparison prices from other tyre dealers to ensure you get the best deal.
Find the best car tyre dealer and fitment centre with Yellow Pages and be safe on the roads!

Tyre Dealers

Not all tyre dealers charge the same prices for car tyres, truck tyres or tyres for trailers. Do some research and consult a few tyre dealers before making your purchases.

Car maintenance can be extremely pricey, but if you own a vehicle, it’s an essential part of the upkeep that ensures your car is still roadworthy. Replacing your car tyres is one of the most important aspects of vehicle maintenance as they are in direct contact with the road that you’re driving on. Finding a reputable tyre company is the first step towards your safety on South African roads.

What To Look For In A Car Tyre Dealer

When it comes to fitting tyres to your car, it’s best not to go for second-hand tyres. While some people can only afford this, it is never advisable unless the tyres are in much better condition than yours and have a decent amount of tread on them. Retreads are also not as safe as brand new tyres, but again, if it’s all you can afford, and they are better quality and condition than your current tyres, then it will enhance your safety on the roads marginally.
There are many companies offering tyre fitting services, so which do you go with?

Here are a few considerations to look at before buying from a tyre supplier.
  • Price is the first factor that buyers consider when fitting new tyres. If you know the size of the tyres you need, you can call all the tyre dealers on our database and get verbal quotes before making the drive to get them fitted.
  • You will find that some tyre dealers have special offers or can get better prices on certain tyre brands.
  • Brands can differ vastly in quality, so make sure you choose a dealer that has stock of reputable branded tyres for your car.
  • Enquire about fitment, if it costs extra, as well as availability.
  • Can they fit your new car tyres straight away and will there be a waiting period?
  • If you don’t know what size tyre your car takes, simply call a tyre dealer and tell them the make and model of your car and they will be able to look it up for you. Then you can get comparison prices from other tyre dealers to ensure you get the best deal.
Find the best car tyre dealer and fitment centre with Yellow Pages and be safe on the roads!
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