$88 Tyre Balance, Rotation & Alignment Offer

Neglected wheels can lead to uneven tyre wear, vibrations and mechanical problems in the car’s suspension and steering systems.

A wheel balance will tweak your tyres to ensure they are an the optimal balance.

Our tyre rotation will rotate your tyres to ensure a more even tread wear, prolonging their life.

For only $88, our trained tyre technicians will Balance, Rotate & Alignment all of your wheels.

With all the wheels balanced and rotated, you will be ensuring the least amount of wear on your tyres, the safest option for you and your car, and the most cost effective solution in the long run.


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Why is a Wheel Balance, Rotation & Alignment important?


Identifying Balance and Rotation Problems

Just like engine problems or leaks from your radiator, uneven wheels will give you a sign. A common sign of needing a balance and rotation is when your car starts to veer to one side of the road.

Other signs to look out for include:

  • The steering wheel logo is off-centre
  • Vibrations or shaking in steering
  • Loose steering
  • Uneven tyre wear
As a precaution, it is best to speak to your Motorama Tyre & Service specialist at the first sign of any of the above.


How Often Should I Have Tyres Balanced and Rotated?

Driving on harsh surfaces and driving long distances cause a great deal of damage to your tyres. As a good rule of thumb, it is best to get  your wheels rotated every 6,000-10,000kms or every 6 months. This ensures your car is at a constant level while driving.

Tyre balancing is dependent on the type of car you have and how often you drive. 

It is recommended that your tyres are balanced every 8,000-10,000kms or every 6 months. 

When it comes time for a service, you may not know what to budget for, and if your car’s running fine, then you may not feel like you need to bring your car in at all.

But do you know what you’re risking by holding out at service time?

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Motorama Service Specials

You might have heard of the terms wheel balance and rotation before, but when it comes to your vehicle, what do they mean?

And how often should you have this process carried out to ensure your car remains in top condition?

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