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Kiwi Truck Tyres

After 40 years of global experience in the tyre industry John O’Donnell was frustrated with the poor quality that was creeping into the market he was so passionate about. John wanted to strive for excellence and quickly identified a gap in the market to supply high quality truck tyres to dealers across New Zealand.

John drew on his experience to design tyres which would have superior performance characteristics and identified 18 potential manufacturers and after personally visiting these factories appointed only one that met his rigorous standards. Six tyre molds were originally forged over two tyre patterns and Kiwi Truck Tyres was born in 2010.

Kiwi Truck Tyres now proudly represents 22 tyre models over 3 brands with international acceptance and with warehouse hubs in Auckland and Christchurch. We have made many improvements over the years to compound and structure of the tyres and more innovations will continue to meet New Zealand’s unique roading conditions.

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The team at Tyrezone sorted my ute, shaking and pulling left. Did the tyres and aligned it, awesome how nice it drives again after that. Great service from people that know what they are doing. Keep up the great work, I will be back!
Darren C
I have been using Jeremy for my work ute and family car for a few years now. I always get great value for money, Mickey Thompson for my ute, hard working, never had a puncture, and they do huge kilometres. Thanks Jeremy for awesome service!
Tony J
I always get the best service from Tyrezone, servicing and tyres, top notch fella’s, keep up the great work, see you again next time.
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