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Tyrepower Warkworth

Tyrepower Warkworth


Tyrepower Warkworth

Phone: +64 9283 3495

Tyres Brands: Cooper Tires, Hankook, Yokohama, Toyo Tires, Pirelli, Kumho, Goodyear, Falken, Dunlop, Michelin, Nitto, Goodride, Nankang, Nitto.

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Address: 2 Mill Lane, Warkworth.

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday: 07:30 – 17:00, Saturday: 07:30–13:00, Sunday: Close.

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Warkworth is located in the northern part of the Auckland region, it is known as the Kowhai coast, name of a native tree. The Kowhai Festival is held in the city and lasts about a week in spring and is one of the largest community festivals in the country. Its population is 6,000 inhabitants. To 5km to the south of Warkworth, there is the principal terrestrial station of communications for satellite.

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TyrePower History

In 1977 in Australia, ten independent tyre store owners got together to improve the purchase price of tyres. After the success, they founded a TyrePower company, managing to pass on the price improvement to their customers by offering better prices in the market.

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Over the years, the company became the largest independent tyre dealer network in Australasia. Each tyre store is managed by its owners, which generates a faster response speed and excellent service to each local customer. Besides, each store shows the name of the owner and has an internal code of conduct for each owner and employees, developing great confidence from the customer.

Nowadays, the company in addition to only selling tyres also offers batteries, puncture repair, brakes, WOF, suspension, air conditioning, transmission flush, wheel alignment, balancing and rotation and more.

In New Zealand has more than 16 stores, the locations are Kerikeri, Whangaparaoa, Otahuhu, Piopio, Warkworth, Whangarei, New Lynn, Christchurch, Te Aroha, Ellerslie, Helensville, East Tamaki, Oxford, Gisborne, Hastings, North Shore, Otago and Glen Innes.

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Cooper Tyres History

The beginnings of Cooper® date back to 1914, in Akron, Ohio, when two brothers-in-law, John F. Schaefer and Claude E. Hart, started a company to manufacture tire patches, glue and repair kits. Schaefer and Hart purchased The Giant Tire & Rubber Company of Akron, a tire repair company, and later moved the business to Findlay, Ohio.

In 1926, Ira J. Cooper developed the ‘Cooper Creed’, guiding the company toward providing “good products, fair competition, and fair deals”. Even today, this vision of Ira J. Cooper continues to guide the company.

The Cooper® Global Technical Center, founded in 2014 and located in Findlay, is the brand’s global center of excellence in tire science and technology. Cooper® seeks continual improvement in its tires through rigorous testing at its facilities near San Antonio, Texas, USA.

At Cooper® we believe that building a high-quality tire that lasts for thousands of miles is critical to ensuring safety behind the wheel. Safety is our top priority. For more information on tire replacement, correct maintenance or driving advice, visit the safety section.

With the goal of keeping younger drivers safe, Cooper® has adopted a new slogan: “Tread Wisely.” We have partnered with the National Organization for Youth Safety (NOYS) to share important information about drivers and tire safety with youth and adults ages 15-25.

At the center of this initiative is an irascible tire, a character who provides important safety information with a dose of humor and a proactive and positive approach. Through this program, more than 200 Cooper employees have signed up to deliver youth training programs directly through school tire safety demonstrations and special events. Additionally, “Tread Wisely” is supported by a new mobile app and media initiatives.

Safety is our priority. Visit our safety section for more information on tire replacement, proper maintenance or driving advice.