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Business Summary
Tyrepower Werribee is a multi-award winning co-op independent, family owned and operated business and in 2019 was inducted into the VACC Hall of Fame. We have been servicing cars, SUV, 4x4 and Light Truck vehicles in the Wyndham area for over a decade providing high levels of customer service to suburbs such as Hoppers Crossing, Werribee, Point Cook, Truganina, Wyndham Vale, Williams Landing, Tarneit and many more locations. We also stock a large variety of products such as Tyres, Wheels, Batteries.We take pride in our work and we guarantee customer satisfaction. We also adhere to safe work practices and are environmentally friendly by using certified recyclers. Our workshop just like our showroom is state of the art.
About Us

The Tyrepower group was established in Australia in 1977.

Tyrepower was founded to offer the consumer the flexibility, savings and value of an independent dealer network and now has grown to be the largest independent tyre retailer in Australasia. With our co-operative business model whereby, members retain control of their own business and are provided the opportunity to build on the strength of a household brand without the complexity or cost of a franchise arrangement.

Tyrepower is recognised by many of the largest manufacturers as a primary distribution channel in Australasia. 

What We Do
What are "Run Flat Tyres"?
Some car manufacturers have started to equip their vehicles with run flat tyres, also known as mobility tyres. These tyres do as the name suggest - they are able to continue to run safely in the event of sudden or gradual deflation. When fitted with run flat tyres your vehicle can continue moving despite a loss of tyre pressure and is able to function even when there is little or no pressure.
When are tyres considered not roadworthy?
Tyres are considered to be un-roadworthy at 1.6mm minimum tread depth. In wet conditions 3.0mm or less tread means a significant loss of wet traction due to shallower grooves and channels.
How do I know how much to spend on tyres?
The old adage "you get what you pay for" could have been invented for tyres choice. Calculate the total price for your tyre purchase and divide that by the kilometres of service. This will give you the cost per kilometre. You'll quickly see that the better tyres are, the better value.
At A Glance
Australasia's biggest independent tyre retailer
Passenger vehicle tyres
4WD & light commercial vehicle tyres
Buy tyres online
Tyre pressure checks
Payment Methods
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Direct Deposit