The process of buying tyres online can be annoying, especially if you do not have previous experience. At Tyrepoint.com.au, we provide our customers with a unique experience with the help of our friendly staff. Please see below for more information about the process of “Fitting & Balancing” of your tyres.
All the purchases from Tyrepoint includes fitting and balancing. So, you will not pay any additional fees to the fitment centre exempt for the price you have been quoted. Also, there is no hidden fee and you will not pay until the job is done! Once you place the order online, you can trust us to take care of everything in the way.
We have a large network of qualified fitment centres, all of which are equipped with modern workshop and cosy waiting area. You can select one fitment centre in the checkout and we will send your tyres directly to there. We give you a choice for your fitting and balancing - You can use our extensive network and select a fitment centre near you with the fitting and balancing included in the tyre price.
During checkout, you will book your appointment with your nominated fitment centre. Our policy is fast shipping to give you the best experience of fitting your tyres exactly at the booked time. We will also contact you if there is any possible change in your appointment time.
We offer same-day dispatch. So as soon as your ordered is placed and confirmed by us, we will send your tyres to you nominated fitment centre for free.
Wheel balancing is the process of balancing the weight of a tyre and wheel assembly so that it travels evenly at high speeds. Balancing requires putting a mounted wheel and tyre on a balancer, which centres the wheel and spins it to determine where the weights should go. Every time a wheel is first mounted onto a vehicle with a new tyre, it has to be balanced. The goal is to make sure the weight is evenly distributed throughout each of the wheels and tyres on a vehicle. This process evens out heavy and light spots in a wheel, so that it rotates smoothly. If there is even a slight difference in weight in the wheels, it will cause enough momentum to create a vibration in the car.
Wheel alignment involves checking the direction and angle of the wheels to ensure they remain parallel to one another. Adjustments can then be made to the tie rods and control arms to correct alignment. This has several benefits but the easiest to remember is that alignment helps you to drive in a straight “line” since vehicles with misaligned wheels can pull or drift to one side. Even the slightest amount of difference could be enough to cause uneven wear for your tyres.