Tyrepro Hamilton Ltd
Phone: +64 7847 2255
Tyres Brands: Michelin, BF Goodrich, Kumho, Yokohama, Continental and Goodride.
Address: 1 Norton Road, Frankton, Hamilton
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday: 08:00 – 17:00, Saturday: 08:30–12:00, Sunday: Close.
About Tyrepro Hamilton Ltd
At Tyre Pro they are experts in wheels, tires and equipment. They have a team of professionals who will take total care of your vehicle. They are independently owned and operated, not predisposed to a single brand and that is why they will help you find the best option for your motoring needs.
At Tire Pro you can rest assured knowing that they use the latest machines and assembly equipment to fit your tires and wheels. They also have the best laser wheel alignment machine to guarantee your investment and provide you with the best quality guaranteed.
If you are a person who travels, a daily driver or want to move for something really special, do not hesitate to contact us today to know your needs, and we will gladly provide you with a solution based on our years of experience in the business and in the industry.
They can adapt to all types of budgets and can supply you with a tire of any major brand, as they have the widest range of tires and wheels in New Zealand.
If you wish to run the latest style of wheels, you are invited to browse the Tyre Pro website, contact them by phone or even come to the store to discuss what is best for your vehicle.
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.
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Kumho Tyres History
The history of Kumho Tires begins in 1960 in South Korea, its name translates to “bright lake” and it has been its philosophy in the creation of its products, giving users a great experience when driving their vehicles. Kumho Tires has done a short time, what has taken place in the tire sector for a long time and this can be seen in the fact that Kumho is one of the 10 tire manufacturers in the world, and currently has more than 7 factories located in South Korea, Vietnam, China and the United States where tires are produced.
Kumho Tires invests a large part of its earnings in technology development always to surprise users with new products. Kumho Tires apart from manufacturing tires for automobiles, crossovers, sports vehicles, vans, light trucks and commercial, Kumho also produces tires for racing vehicles. Kumho offers a wide variety of ranges for all tastes. Ecsta for high performance, Solus and Sense for touring, Crugen and Road Venture light trucks and vans.
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