Marc 1 Wheels & Tyres Ltd
Phone: +64 788 91155
Tyres Brands: GT Radial, Maxxis, Michelin, Nankang, Hankook, Pirelli.
Address: 24 Thames Street, Morrinsville, Waikato.
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday: 07:30 – 17:00, Saturday: 8:00-12:00, Sunday: Close.
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About Marc 1 Wheels & Tyres Ltd
Marc 1 Wheels and Tyres (2014) Limited is owned and operated by Allan and Penny Clark. Ricky Aldridge is our very experienced forecourt manager. Ricky’s knowledge of the tyre industry is second to none and he is a highly experienced wheel alignment technician. Chris Smith is our tyre tech who works with Ricky and they make a great team keeping our customers cars on the road with the right tyres & top quality wheel alignments.
We have a full workshop in Morrinsville specialising in all leading brand tyres, wheel alignments, brakes, steering and suspension issues. We have a drive through facility and a comfortable waiting lounge with plenty of off street parking.
We also have specialist mobile fleet service vehicles with two highly experienced fleet service technicians, Nick Moore & Sam Caldwell for all commercial & agricultural requirements 24/7. Nick and Sam have a great deal of experience in this field & running two fleet trucks allows for a rapid response time for our commercial & ag customers. We can provide cover for our commercial customers nationwide through our tyre network.
We are a Century Battery agent offering 24/7 battery service. *after hours call out fees apply for both tyres and batteries. Marc1 have a huge range of tyres in stock, we can supply you with the perfect tyres to suit your requirements at the best price. Source: https://www.marc1.co.nz/page/about/
Tyres in Hamilton
There are an estimated 127.000 vehicles in Hamilton, which means there are 635.250 tyres in this city.
Hamilton is a city located on the North Island, just 130 km from Auckland, the city of Hamilton is the fourth largest metropolitan area in New Zealand with a population of 200,000 inhabitants.
The visually stunning gardens of Hamilton are connected by paths that wind through a gallery of themed gardens, from greater Italy to tranquil Asia. Other highlights of the city are the Waikato Museum or the Hamilton Zoo, which allows you to observe native birds by entering an aviary where the birds fly freely.
The central part of Hamilton is easy to navigate and is packed with cafes, restaurants and bars where you can enjoy wine, delicacies and dancing all night long. Between February and October, you can watch a rugby match at the Waikato Stadium. Don’t forget to wear the local colors: red, yellow and black!
Known for its scenic diversity, the Hamilton & Waikato region offers a myriad of outdoor activities including hiking, biking along the Waikato River, bush hiking at night, and mountain biking. A well-known place is the Maungatautari Ecological Reserve, which allows hikers to enjoy a magnificent experience in the New Zealand forest.
The city of Hamilton has stunning gardens, many shops, restaurants, and fun nightlife. It also has many accommodations. Hamilton provides the perfect base for exploring a great region.
GT Radial Tyres History
GT Radial Company was founded in 1951 in Indonesia. They started out as a small bicycle tire factory and have now grown into the largest tire manufacturer in Southeast Asia. Globally, GT Radial is ranked among the top 10 tire manufacturers.
This brand stands out for its value for money and for a design designed to always respond to consumer demands. Thanks to this, the manufacturer has collaborated with brands such as Pirelli, BF Goodrich or Yokohama. But the one who was finally seduced by GT Radial was Michelin: the French company bought a good part of GT Radial’s shares in 2005.
Currently, they offer a wide range of tires for all types of vehicles, passenger cars, vans, trucks and heavy buses, exported to more than 100 countries around the world.
The most prominent and successful models that it currently has in the touring range are the SportActive and FE1City.
In the case of the SportActive (and SportActive XL), it should be noted that it has been specifically designed for sports vehicles. With these rubbers, maneuverability, durability and especially resistance to hydroplaning are considerably increased. It is manufactured at Giti’s R&D centre in Hannover, Germany and, in the construction of the carcass, uses a technology that guarantees optimal contact of the tire on the road, thus achieving immediate grip and wear of the homogeneous tread throughout its life. For this, work has been done on distributing the pressure within the tire footprint and increasing the balance in the rigidity of the casings.
As for the FE1 City, it is a model designed for urban use and available in 13 to 16-inch wheels and with H, T and V speed indices. This tyre model has an updated tread compound, which provides exceptional mileage and great safety on all surfaces and more so on wet surfaces”, according to GT Radial. He also adds that “the construction of the carcass has considerably reduced the weight of the tire and has optimized the distribution of pressure, which considerably lengthens its useful life”.
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