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Who we are

 

Mobile Tyre Shop is changing the way Australians
replace their tyres.

Now they can easily choose their tyres online or over the phone with our qualified tyre specialists. Then MTS goes to them. At home, work – just about anywhere – professionally fitting, repairing (puncture repair) and balancing tyres, 7 days a week.

Problem Solved.

Busy families don’t have the time to sit around in draughty old workshops waiting for their tyres to be done. Especially on Saturdays, when there’s footy training, netball, shopping… and the dog needs to go to the vet. Too much hassle!

Replace your tyres in 3 easy steps

1

Select your tyres

2

Book a time

3

We come to you

Our services include

Expert Tyre Fitting
Wheel Balancing
New Valves
TSA ACCREDITED
Recycling

Some FAQs around servicing Home and surrounds

How much space do we require to fit your tyres?
We need to be able to get access to both sides of the car and be able to park our bright yellow and white van near to where the vehicle is parked. Driveways or car parks are ideal, providing there is enough space around the vehicle.

I have an inclined driveway, is this OK to work on?
Yes, in most circumstances. If there is any doubt as to the suitability or safety of the proposed location, we may ask you to move the vehicle to a more suitable location.

Is there anywhere you can’t fit tyres?
Only areas that represent a danger to you, our technicians or members of the public. If there is any doubt as to the suitability or safety of the proposed location, we may ask you to move the vehicle to a more suitable location.

Your tyre size is always written as a sequence of numbers and letters on the tyre sidewall. In the example below we will use a tyre size 185/55 R15 81H – which can split into 5 parts:

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

For more information on reading the numbers on your tyre, read our "What does the writing on my tyres mean?" article for more information.

The total cost will be quoted prior to booking, or if you are booking online, the price listed during the checkout process will include all costs. These include GST, onsite fitting, and dynamic wheel balancing.

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