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1. Bridgestone in Porirua       
2. Michelin in Porirua           
3. Cooper Tires in Porirua     Cooper Tires
4. Maxxis in Porirua               Maxxis tyres
5. Hankook in Porirua           
6. Goodyear in Porirua          Goodyear tyres
7. Dunlop in Porirua              Dunlop Tyres
8. Pirelli in Porirua                 Pirelli tyres
9. Yokohama in Porirua       
10. Firestone in Porirua        Firestone tyres
11. Continental in Porirua    Continental tyres
12. GT Radial in Porirua      GT Radial tyres
13. BF Goodrich in Porirua   BF Goodrich
14. Kumho in Porirua           Kumho tyres
15. Falken in Porirua             Falken tyres nz
16. Toyo Tires in Porirua     
17. Nexen in Porirua             
18. Nankang in Porirua        Nankang tyres
19. Mickey Thompson in Porirua  
20. Goodride in Porirua       
21. Nitto Tires in Porirua       

Tyres Stores in Porirua

1. Bridgestone in Porirua

2. Michelin in Porirua

3. Cooper Tires in Porirua

4. Maxxis in Porirua

5. Hankook in Porirua

6. Goodyear in Porirua

7. Dunlop in Porirua

8. Pirelli in Porirua

9. Yokohama in Porirua

10. Firestone in Porirua

11. Continental in Porirua

12. GT Radial in Porirua

13. BF Goodrich in Porirua

14. Kumho in Porirua

15. Falken in Porirua

16. Toyo tires in Porirua

17. Nexen in Porirua

18. Nankang in Porirua

19. Mickey Thompson in Poriruan

20. Goodride in Porirua

21. Nitto tires in Porirua

▷ Hankook Tyres 

▷ Bridgestone Tyres

▷ Falken Tyres

Tyres Porirua

There are an estimated 43.000 vehicles in Porirua, which means there are 217.000 tyres in this area.

Porirua, a city in the Wellington Region of the North Island of New Zealand, is one of the four cities that constitute the Wellington metropolitan area. It almost completely surrounds Porirua Harbour at the southern end of the Kapiti Coast. As of June 2019 Porirua had a population of 55,500

The name “Porirua” has a Māori origin: it may represent a variant of pari-rua (“two tides”), a reference to the two arms of the Porirua Harbour. In the 19th century, the name designated a land-registration district that stretched from Kaiwharawhara (or Kaiwara) on the north-west shore of Wellington Harbour northwards to and around Porirua Harbour. The road climbing the hill from Kaiwharawhara towards Ngaio and Khandallah still bears the name “Old Porirua Road”.

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