Get the Perfect Fitting for Your Vehicles Tyres with Our Tyre Fitting & Replacement Service

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Tyre Fitting & Replacement

We offer tyre fitting and replacement services for all types of vehicles. Our team can also balance your wheels to prevent premature wear in your tyres, damage to suspension, and steering problems caused by vibrations from unbalanced wheels.

When we fit or replace your tyres, our technicians consider several factors to ensure safety while driving. One important factor is checking the small ring moulded into the tyre’s sidewall details. This ring helps us verify if the tyre has been mounted correctly onto the wheel without being crooked or offset, which can cause uneven wear and affect performance.

By ensuring that your tyres are well-fitted and balanced, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that your vehicle will run smoothly, and that risks of accidents on the road are reduced.

If your car’s tyres are worn out, it can affect your daily drive. But don’t worry, we have a variety of tyre options for you to choose from. Whether you’re driving an electric vehicle or a 4WD, we’ve got all-terrain and mud-terrain tyres available as well as performance and low-profile tyres too. We want the process of fitting or replacing your tyres to be quick and simple so that you can get back on the road with confidence knowing that our reliable and tailored-to-your-vehicle options will serve you well.

Wheel Balancing

Wheel balancing is when an expert checks that the weight in your wheels is evenly distributed. If it’s uneven, you may experience a range of complications such as accelerated tread wear, suspension damage, and vibrations when driving. Wheel balancing is an essential part of our Tyre Fitting & Replacement service.

Wheel Alignment

A wheel alignment is an adjustment to your vehicle’s suspension, as opposed to the wheels themselves. A proper alignment ensures that your wheels are tracking correctly and that your car is not pulling to one side or another. This will significantly improve the life of your tyres.. Whilst Jim’s Mobile Tyres technicians don’t perform wheel alignments onsite, we can do a number of checks that should indicate whether or not your vehicle needs a wheel alignment.

Tyre Rotations

We won’t fit new tyres if you don’t need them, so as part of a new tyre fitting, we’ll check that you do need new tyres. In some cases, your tyres might be fine, but just need to be rotated! Tyres require rotation approximately every 10,000 km, although this may vary according to how you use your vehicle. A rotation will ensure that your tyres are wearing evenly, and that their grip on the road is acceptable. Tyre rotation can ensure you get the most out of your tyres, so it’s definitely worth considering.

Signs of worn or damaged tyres

Your car’s tyres may last for thousands of miles, but over time they can become worn or damaged. It’s important to know the symptoms of worn tyres so you can take necessary precautions to avoid accidents.

  1. Worn tyres: as tyres are used on the road, the tread depth decreases, causing a reduction in grip on the road.
  2. Alignment and suspension issues: uneven wear patterns on your tyre surface can signify problems with your car’s wheel alignment or suspension. Issues like these should be remedied at your preferred auto service centre to avoid further harm.
  3. Signs of damage: cracks, bulges or other signs of structural harm on your tyres could result in serious safety risks and must be addressed urgently.
  4. Vibrations while driving: shaking or vibration of your vehicle while driving can indicate damage or an imbalance in your tyres that needs professional attention.
  5. Traction loss: older tyres often lose their capacity to offer traction, making it harder to drive in slippery or wet conditions. If you’re experiencing a loss of traction, it’s might be time to update your tyres.
  6. Excessive road noise: tyre wear can increase road noise, particularly at high speeds. However, unusual or excessive noise could indicate tyre damage or wear that needs addressing.
  7. Loss of tyre pressure: if you experience frequent or sudden tyre pressure loss, it may indicate a puncture, valve stem issue, or other form of tyre damage requiring attention.

Jim’s Tyre Service

Our team of experienced car mechanics will provide a comprehensive inspection to ensure you receive the best possible tyres for your vehicle.

With expert fitting techniques, we will remove your old tyres and replace them with top-quality ones, all while ensuring that your wheels are balanced.

To top it off, we’ll also make sure your tyre pressure is correct so that you drive away safely.

Choose Jim’s Tyres service for hassle-free tyre replacement with a professional touch.


Winter tyres are designed specifically for extreme cold weather conditions, providing better traction on snow, ice, and slush. They have a tread pattern and rubber compound that remains flexible in low temperatures, allowing them to grip the road better. Summer tyres, on the other hand, are designed for warm weather and provide optimal performance on dry and wet roads. They have a different tread pattern and rubber compound that offers improved handling and braking in warmer temperatures. All-season tyres are designed to give you the best of both worlds, being able to handle temperatures and conditions at both ends of the spectrum.

While it is recommended to replace all four tyres at the same time to maintain balanced handling and traction, it may not always be necessary. If your tyres are worn out evenly and have sufficient tread depth, you may choose to replace them in pairs (either the front or rear pair). However, for optimal safety and performance, consult with a professional who can assess the condition of your tyres and provide specific recommendations.

There are various types of tyres available, including:

All-season tyres: Designed to provide good performance in various weather conditions, including mild winter conditions.
Performance tyres: Designed for enhanced handling, grip, and responsiveness. Typically used in sportier vehicles.
Touring tyres: Designed for a comfortable and quiet ride. Suitable for long-distance driving.
Off-road tyres: Designed with aggressive tread patterns and reinforced sidewalls for better traction on unpaved surfaces.
Eco-friendly tyres: Designed with low rolling resistance to improve fuel efficiency.

  • Insufficient tread depth: If the tread depth reaches 1.6 mm or less, it is time to replace the tyres.
  • Uneven tread wear: Excessive wear on certain areas of the tyre may indicate alignment or suspension issues.
  • Cracks, bulges, or blisters on the tyre sidewall or tread indicating a degrading tyre.
  • Persistent vibration or shaking while driving, indicating problems with wheel balance and and/or alignment.
  • Loss of traction or increased stopping distances, indicating tread wear on the tyre.
  • Tyre age: tyres older than six years, regardless of their tread depth, should be replaced due to potential deterioration.

Consider the following factors:

  • Tyre size and compatibility with your vehicle.
  • Climate and typical driving conditions (winter vs. summer tyres).
  • Performance requirements (e.g. handling, comfort, fuel efficiency).
  • Budget and desired tyre lifespan.
  • Recommendations from the vehicle manufacturer or tyre professionals.

The cost of tyre fitting or replacement can vary depending on factors such as the brand, size, and type of tyres, as well as the service provider. Contact Jim’s Mobile Tyres in Australia for specific pricing information.

  • Improved safety: New tyres provide better traction, handling, and braking performance, enhancing overall safety on the road.
  • Enhanced performance: New tyres can improve the vehicle’s responsiveness, stability, and fuel efficiency.
  • Better grip and traction: New tyres have deeper tread depths and fresh rubber compounds, ensuring optimal grip in different weather conditions.
  • Increased comfort: New tyres can offer a smoother and quieter ride.
  • Longevity: Quality new tyres can last longer, reducing the frequency of replacements.