• New Tyres in Hampstead Gardens

    So you live in Hampstead Gardens and you’re looking for a local mechanic? Look no further, than Goodyear Tyre and Auto. We’re just around the corner – at 215 North East Road, Hampstead Gardens.
    Let us take a look at your car, and fix any issues you’re having with it. We’ve got loan cars available too, so you don’t have to worry about it affecting your work day. Come and see us!

  • About Goodyear Tyre and Auto

    While we’re an international brand, we think of ourselves as local. We have a bunch of different auto care stores, in a range of different areas around Adelaide. This means you never have to travel far to find your local Goodyear Tyre and Auto. But, you can rest assured that our service and workmanship are world-class.
    We’re one of the world’s largest tyre companies, so you know your wheels are going to be the very best there is.
    Today, we’re a multi-brand tyre and auto services care shop. You can look forward to exceptional value, professionalism and an easy, friendly customer experience.
    If you’re in the market for new tyres, or a new mechanic, come and talk to us – Goodyear Tyre and Auto, in Hampstead Gardens.

  • Why do tyres age?

    Aging is unavoidable… especially when it comes to cars. And the main cause of tyre ageing is oxidation. This happens when rubber and air come into contact.
    You won’t notice the ageing straight away, as the damage starts on the inside. The rubber starts to become stiff inside, which causes cracks to occur. As a result, the inner tyre layers delaminate from the inner steel belts. And what you’ll find happens is a damaged wheel, a blown tyre, and sometimes, causes a car to crash. So, it’s important to inspect your tyres regularly.

    There are other factors which affect the life of your tyres. They include:

    • The inner lining workmanship

    How your tyres are made, especially the inner layer, will determine how long they’ll last – and how fast oxidation occurs.

    • Usage

    Obviously, the more you drive, the more damage your tyres are prone to. Clocking up the kilometres speeds up the process of ageing.

    • Heat

    High temperatures also affect oxidation, which will determine how long they’ll last.

    As a general rule, your tyres, kept in good condition, can last up to five years. But keeping a close eye on them is paramount. This is where we come in.