Unley residents have been coming to visit Goodyear Tyre and Auto for years. We’re close by, at 107 Cross Road, Hawthorn – so you don’t have to travel too far. Plus, we have loan cars available, so you don’t have to worry about being put out for the day. If you’ve got any questions about tyres or anything else, come and see us!
The best way to prolong the life of your car is to get it looked at regularly, by an auto mechanic. Your car will last longer, look better, and feel great to drive. It’s important to look out for warning signs, such as smoke, spluttering, clicking, knocking, and anything else out of the ordinary.
By taking your car into an auto mechanic regularly, you can look forward to:
Less risk of on-road accidents
Better vehicle performance
Increased fuel economy
Less harmful exhaust emissions
Greater life and increased value of your vehicle
Keeping your warranty.
Give yourself peace of mind and call Goodyear. We’ll offer you a range of services that will help protect one of your greatest investments… your car.
Why Goodyear Tyre and Auto?
Our highly skilled technicians, superior customer service, and great value are just a few of the reasons why the Goodyear brand is what it is. While our focus is tyres, we perform car services, car repairs, and more. Things like servicing and fixing your wipers, exhaust, suspension and steering, brakes, wheels, and your radiator.
While we’re an international brand, we’re local. This means you don’t have to travel far to reach your local Goodyear Tyre and Auto store – and our service is backed by international quality.
What is the recommended tyre pressure?
Tyre pressure depends on your car’s load and speed. You’ll need to refer back to your car manufacturer’s tyre pressure chart to find out what pressure your car should be.
It’s important to keep your tyre pressure at the recommended level – so you can improve your petrol efficiency, increased tyre life, and to keep you safe on the road. If your tyres aren’t pumped up to the right level, they won’t support your car’s weight. This leads to using more petrol, increasing the speed of tyre depreciation, and of course, unsafe driving.
If you need any more advice on looking after your tyres, talk to Goodyear Tyre and Auto. We’re more than happy to help you.
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