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The size will be located on the sidewall of your tire.

e.g. 195/65R15

Yes you can, you are always free to come anytime but the priority will always be the customer who has a booking confirmation.

"Go to > Our Network > Branches". It will give you all our contact details and locations which you preferred.

You can find it on the sidewall of your tires and there is a four (4) digits serial code, which identify the week and year of production. For example, your tire has a serial code ending in "2616" so it means your tires are produced in the 26th week(June) of 2016.

We recommends you to check the air pressure Monthly and before going to a long trip or carrying extra weight. Make sure also to use an accurate pressure gauge.

For safety reason, we always recommend to change your tires once you reach 50,000 km or 3 years.

Check your vehicle manufacturer's recommended tires inflation pressure.

Nitrogen is a gas that makes up 78% of the air that we breathe. Nitrogen is inactive gas, which means it is likely to react with other materials in the tire rather than a normal air.

The main benefits of using nitrogen are slower loss of pressure because the nitrogen molecules are bigger than the compressed air that keeps harder for them to escape from the tire, meaning that the tire stays inflated at the right pressure for longer.

While compressed air contains moisture, but this is not the case with nitrogen filled tire. This means that oxidation does not occur if you use nitrogen, so tires and rims will not be corroded from the inside and can last longer.

We will remove all of the air from your tires and then inflate them with pure Nitrogen. The tires would then need to be topped-up with nitrogen.