Help & FAQ

Why buy through us?

Buying tyres can be confusing, primarily due to the lack of information available. Add to this the hassles of finding a trusted dealer, with accurate options and the pains of non-standard pricing. We takes the pain out of the process and helps you make an informative decision. We offer a wide range of brands and extensive tyre options to give you the information needed to find the perfect tyre for your vehicle. We work with quality controlled dealers and fitment centres to ensure that you receive unmatched quality of service and your car remains in safe hands of trained professionals.

How do I know what tyre to choose for my vehicle?

We helps you find compatible tyres for your vehicle. You can search by entering your vehicle's make, model and variant. You can then choose from our extensive range of tyres, from both Indian and foreign tyre manufactures. Specifications, expert reviews, ratings and comparable options are provided for every tyre in an easy to read format.

How do I find the size of the tyre currently fitted in my vehicle?

The size of the tyre can be found on the sidewall of your tyre. We can help you understand the meaning of each number found on the tyre side wall.

How to check the required tyre pressure of my vehicle?

You need to check it on the backside of the RHS door.

How long does the tyre fitment take?

Usually, tyre fitment takes around 25 to ­30 minutes.

Do I need to pay for the wheel balancing and alignment?

Fitment centers offer wheel balancing free of cost when you are replacing your all tyres again it depends on the fitment center and your negotiations with the center some fitment centers offer wheel balancing free of cost on more than 2 tyres.

How to check the manufacturing date of a tyre?

It depends on the dealer and the manufacture, but customer can you can check the manufacturing date of the tyre it’s mentioned inside the tyre itself. If the tyre is more than 3 months old than you can always negotiate with your dealer for the discount and dealer.

What is the life of a tyre?

It depends on the usage of the tyre, if you are regularly checking the health of tyre such as regular pressure check, wheel balancing and alignment of your vehicle than your tyre will serve you for a longer period of time and more miles.

 

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