We stock all of the leading brands of tyres, and pass on the savings from our big buying power onto our customers.
Melbourne Truck Tyre Suppliers
Double D Tyres are famous for stocking the full range of truck tyre brands at the best prices in Melbourne. We only employ experienced or well-trained staff that understand what it is like to run a business that relies on efficient delivery times. They can provide the expert advice you want so that the tyres you buy will suit your needs from light truck tyres and 11R22.5 truck tyres.
We are here to help every business that transports people or goods in a truck, ute or van, around the city or across the country, to travel safer and reliably on their tyres.
Why choose Double D
Bulk container buys on high volume lines - best value in Melbourne
Every truck tyre brand available incl. the 11r22.5 truck tyre
Onsite or mobile service
Fleet management options
Large buying power means the best prices
Friendly staff who understand business needs
In comparison to other truck tyres suppliers Melbourne, we at Double D Tyres supply every brand of big name truck tyre and will help you choose the right one for your truck and the way it is driven. Unlike our competitors who sell one brand, or just a few, we provide the widest range of options, including the popular 11R22.5 truck tyre, so you can get the best fit every time.
Our history as proven commercial truck, ute and van tyre experts, is a business strength our clients value. We are Melbourne’s truck tyre experts and deal direct to small businesses, all the way up to national freight transport companies.
Choosing The Right Commercial Tyre
Choosing the right tyre comes down to the type of vehicle your team are driving, and the conditions they will face. This will be established with our staff before anything else.
Once the type of truck tyre that would be best suited for your needs has been chosen, the decision often turns to a preferred brand or also price. When it is about price, you can buy the tyre with the lowest cost up front, or the tyre that will be cheaper per kilometre in the long term. This decision is always up to the client but our staff are here to help all the way.
If you want the best van, ute or truck tyres for your business, then contact us at Double D Tyres today.
Book an appointment or just drop in, we are always here to help.
Finding the right fleet management service in Melbourne that will keep your vehicles performing well is easy. Just contact us at Double D Tyres. We have the experience, well trained staff, proven systems and the right product lines to keep your trucks, vans and utes on the road as much as possible.
How much can a truck tyre cost?
The cost of truck tyres can vary as it can with any commercial truck tyre. Many things can determine the price of a truck tyre, quality, what part of the country you are purchasing it from, and brand. To give you an idea of the average cost of the most popular truck tyre 11R22.5 is around $240.
Can truck tyre walls be repaired?
Unlike punctures, damage to the sidewall cannot be repaired. Once you have compromised your tyre's structure it can never get better; there is no saving it from this point on!
Do you supply 4x4 Tyres?
We do! In fact, we have a great selection of 4x4 tyres to choose from. Whether you're looking for something specific or just need a reliable all-terrain tyre, we can help you out. Give us a call or drop by and we'll be happy to help you find the perfect set of tyres for your 4x4.
Can I go to a lower speed-rated tyre than what came with new car?
It is vital to check your car's handbook and ensure that any new tyres you purchase match or exceed the speed rating of what was originally fitted on production model years. You should never put a lower than recommended tire onto an already fast-driven vehicle!
What are tyres that are zero pressure rated?
With a Zero pressure tyre, you can drive your car without worrying about damaging the rim for a limited time with no air pressure, but you should have a tyre pressure warning system fitted.
Is it OK to mix tyre brands on my car?
While it may seem like a good idea to save some money by mixing tyres, the truth is that having unmatched ones can be incredibly dangerous - and in some cases even illegal. The best practice for ensuring safe driving conditions is always replacing pairs of tyres on each axle with matching models.
Do you need to clean your car tyres?
Your car's tyres are the key to a safe and smooth ride. Keeping them clean is essential for effective braking and better traction, both of which can be life-saving when taking on unexpected turns in the road. But that’s not all - dust or dirt left unattended will gradually wear away the tyre coating, leaving your vehicle open to potential damage!
Does WD 40 clean your tyres?
The WD-40 formula can strip away some of the protective coatings on car tyres that are designed to provide extra grip on the road or prevent wear and tear. Therefore, it is best to use WD-40 as a spot cleaner in short bursts rather than a heavy application that may damage the tyre. Always wipe off any excess product from the tyres after using it to prevent further buildup of dust and dirt.
Is it ok to just replace 1 tyre.
It is generally not recommended to just replace one tyre. When you only replace one tyre, your car will be unbalanced and could end up affecting your vehicle's performance and safety.
When should you not patch a tyre.
If a tyre has a large bulge, or excessive tread wear and damage, patching it is not recommended. If the tyre has been punctured multiple times in the same area, it is best to replace the tyre altogether. Additionally, if the puncture occurred in the sidewall of the tyre, patching is not recommended as this could weaken the tyre and lead to further problems.
What to do if I hear noise coming from tyre when driving.
Try to identify the type of noise you are hearing. Is it a clicking, grinding, or thumping sound? Does it occur when you're driving at a certain speed or when you're turning? Visit a professional: If you're unable to identify the cause of the noise or if you notice any significant damage to the tyre, it's best to consult a professional or visit a tyre shop. They have the expertise and equipment to diagnose and address the issue correctly.
How do you know when your wheels need balancing
You can look out for the following signs to determine if your wheels need balancing: Vibrations, uneven tire wear, steering wheel wobble, suspension issues, previous maintenance or tyre changes. If you experience any of these symptoms, it's advisable to have your wheels balanced.