Advice for vehicle maintenance
TIPS FOR CARS AND ALL VEHICLES
With decades of experience in vehicle maintenance and tyres, we strive to provide you with the knowledge of our Point S experts for a no-stress life.
It is essential to check your vehicle on a regular basis to maintain its reliability and safety. From tyre pressures and condition, oil and coolant levels, lights, and general condition of the vehicle.
POINT S IN SOUTH-AFRICA
Point S South Africa started with an alliance of 12 tyre dealers from different backgrounds, who came together to form a coordinating group, working together to offer better products and services that they could pass onto the customers visiting their stores. We became part of the Point S international family in 2012 and have kept expanding our network, surpassing 100 points of sale nationwide. We offer quality brands ensuring that our customers get the best value for money. Together, our retailers always research and develop product ranges, service offerings and vehicle technologies, not only at a local level but all over the world as well, in order to enhance our expertise in the opinion of our customers.
Growing in 2019 by 20 points of sale, we are committed to expand our network in order to ensure national coverage and make it easy for our customers to have access to quality products and services offered by Point S. We work hard so that our customers can enjoy a stress-free maintenance of their vehicle.
All the articles providing you with tyre tips are right here: How to change a tyre, how to read tyre size, how to choose the right tyres among the different tyre brands, how to check tyre pressures, and how to recognise tyre wear.
All our car maintenance tips to maintain your vehicle (air conditioning, brakes, batteries…) and to save money in the long run.
We know that sometimes you have many things to think about, here some handy advice to make you save time and money while being safe.
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