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Federal Tyres

Federal Tire was founded in Taiwan in 1954. Technical cooperation with Bridgestone Corporation from 1960-1979 and with Sumitomo Rubber Industries (Dunlop Tires) from 1981-2000 has given Federal the necessary and strong technical capabilities and know-how to produce our own brand tires today – Federal Tires.

With state-of-the-art technology, strict quality control, and highly regulated safety standards, Federal continues to develop innovative, quality tires for the UHP, SUV, LTR, and PCR lines.

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Great team, always helpful and always get the job done quickly and right first time. Highly recommended!
Steve Hampson
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Awesome service, helpful, dedicated and know their stuff. Thanks guys.
Misty Dawn Bettridge
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After being told by the car dealer they had sorted the tyres on the ute it was still running rough so dropped it into Dave and the team who were happy to take a look. New set of good quality slick tyres with an alignment and she drives like a dream.
Ange Sutton
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Want to thank the awesome service and care Professional tyres did for my car yesterday Not only did i find out my tyres were incorrectly installed and wrong sizing by our previous supplier but my wheel alignment was way out as well, also done by prev
Nicky Manihera
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