• All Brands Budget to Premium
  • UHP(ultra high Performance) Tyres
  • Specialist in 4x4 Tyres, A/ T tyres and Mud Tyres.
  • Complete Range of SUV Tyres
  • High mileage Van Tyres
  • All season tyres (4S)
  • Taxi Tyres
  • Truck Tyres
  • Agri Tyres
  • Implement Tyres
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  • All Major Brands available
  • Key dealer for CEAT premium Tyres
  • Key dealer for Cooper premium Tyres
  • Key dealer for Kenda mid range Tyres
  • Key dealer for Mazzini Tyres



You may have gas in the tank but if your vehicle won't start, you aren't going anywhere. If you are ready for a car battery replacement, we have the information you need to navigate battery types, groups, and how to select the right battery for your vehicle.

When it comes to batteries, you have a lot of options. We take the guesswork out of car battery replacement, because our expert technicians will find the perfect battery for your vehicle, budget, and driving style. Here's what you can expect out of a car battery replacement at Tyre Stop:
System diagnostic: Inspection of key starting and charging system parts and functions that may include the battery, alternator, starter, and voltage level
Battery sizing: Review of car's electrical system and current battery to find your vehicle's recommended battery group size and type
Battery replacement: Installation of the best battery for your vehicle factoring in make, driving habits, climate, and performance


Oil changes are a main part of your car's routine maintenance, so getting one should be quick and convenient. Learn more about the best oil change options for you and your vehicle.

When you get an oil change at Tyre Stop, you can expect a complete inspection and thorough job. And at Tyre Stop you have options, from simple to full-service. If you want our very best, choose a full-service oil change which includes:
Change your vehicle's motor oil using the best brands of full synthetic oil, synthetic blend oil, or high mileage motor oil, depending on your vehicle, climate, and driving style
Replace and recycle your car's used oil and oil filter
Inspect your car's cabin filter, air filter, and other applicable filters


When you drive, the parts within your engine create some serious friction—and that friction generates heat. Your vehicle's radiator and the rest of the cooling system helps your engine run efficiently at a carefully maintained temperature. Temperature is balanced by the water pump moving coolant from the engine to the radiator with self-regulating fans, but if any part of this system stops, your car can overheat fast. When you have radiator troubles, find the help you need at Tyre Stop with our radiator fluid exchange and repair services.

A car's radiator has the important task of keeping the engine cool. Radiator repair and maintenance is essential to the health of your engine and your vehicle. The most common radiator repairs involve simple part replacement and radiator fluid exchange. Additionally, most vehicle manufacturers recommend replacing coolant/antifreeze at regular intervals. At Tyre Stop, we repair:
Temperature Equipment: your Temperature sensor, thermostat, cooling sensor, heater core, heater hose
Belts, Fans: Belt pulley tensioners, serpentine belt, fan belts, radiator cap, radiator hoses, radiator fan/fan clutch, and water pumps
Fluids: Antifreeze/coolant


Not sure when to replace brake pads? Need somewhere to go when brake problems pop up? Turn to Tyre Stop for expert advice and top-notch brake repair service. Find your nearby Tyre Stop location now, and make your appointment online with just a few clicks. It's never been easier to take care of your brakes!

If something feels off with your brakes, ignoring the signs can only lead to worsening brake problems in the future. As soon as you notice any of the following signs, it's a good idea to bring your vehicle to a Firestone Complete Auto Care near you. These symptoms could indicate brake problems such as bad brake pads, brake fluid leaks, a faulty ABS, and more.
Your brakes are making noises: including grinding, squealing, or metal on metal noises.
The pedal feels spongy when the brakes are applied.
Your steering wheel shakes while braking.
Your vehicle wobbles or pulsates when you brake at any speed.
Your car seems to pull to one side when you brake.


With the complexity of today's vehicle, it often takes a highly skilled technician with advanced level tools to get to the root cause of the problem. Our auto diagnostic testing service takes the guess work out repairing your vehicle

We will connect to your vehicle and retrieve the codes that are triggering your light to illuminate.Once we have a better understanding of what is triggering your light to illuminate, our trained customer service associates will recommend the appropriate service.This service should be performed when you have a check engine light illuminated and are looking to receive preliminary information before committing to further work.