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If you have to pump your tyres more often than expected, it could be more a serious problem, like a damaged wheel, a damaged valve stem, a punctured tyre or the tyre may have not been fitted properly. Driving with a flat tyre can be very dangerous. It can also damage the wheel, the hub and other parts of the vehicle associated with contact on the road surface. You can’t just say your tyre has a puncture by just looking at it. You’ll need to get your tyre inspected in water to look for an object or hole that’s causing it to run flat. If there is a puncture that can be repaired, we will advise you after we have inspected your tyre and advise if plugging it would be a good option or not.

We always have something for everyone when it comes to choosing your stylish, flashy and sophisticated Mag wheels. Make a statement with our wide range of different mag wheels which will make sure that you leave with your car looking stylish. We stock a wide range of different brands of mag wheels. Below are some of the brands:

  • A-line
  • Xtreme Enterprise
  • Racing hart
We supply safe, reliable tyres of the highest quality for passenger, SUV, 4x4, light truck and bus tyres. For the safest and most effective car tyres, there are a number of things you need to consider, including pressure, balance and overall quality. Our tyre brands are selected according to maximum quality, affordability and design excellence. This gives you the freedom to stay with the tyre you know and trust, or try out a tried and tested brand that’s new to you, but with timeless quality.
Regardless of how well or how badly you drive, tyres do eventually wear down over time. It is unlikely that they’ll wear down evenly, and this can cause the steering wheel to shimmy and shake. Get the best out of your tyres by making sure that they are all properly balanced. We recommend you to rotate your tires between 8000 to 10 000 km.
Shocks wear down over time and need to be checked to maintain effective vehicle handling. When travelling on any road surface, your car requires a component that will reduce suspension movement and maximise the contact between the tyre and the road, which makes for superior traction. Worn shocks are also bad for tyre wear, which can create bounciness as well as bald spots on the tyres. Worn shocks can also result in your car veering to one side, and affects suspension of your vehicle. We supply and fit market-leading shock absorbers, namely, Gabriel and Monroe.
Just about every part of the suspension system could need replacing at some point, from the springs to ball joints, tie rod ends, control arms and bushings. As cars age and the miles add up, they may lean more in turns, shimmy or make noises over bumps, or develop looseness in the steering. Because suspension parts wear gradually, you may not recognize warning signs until something breaks.It's better to fix small problems sooner so they don't become big ones later.

Tyres need looking after in order for them to last. One way to care for them is to check your car’s wheel alignment between every 8000 to 10 000 km and not just when you feel a shudder or a shake. When a wheel is not aligned, other wheels have to work harder to drag the misaligned wheel which thus causes:

  • A directional pull on your steering wheel.
  • Uneven tyre wear.
  • Future suspension problems. What can you do about it?
  • Camber angle: the angle at which wheels are tilted in or out in relation to the top of the tyre.
  • Toe angle: the angle at which the leading edge of a pair of wheels points towards each other.
  • Caster angle: the angle between the pivot line to the upper ball joint and vertical.