ABOUT US ......

T-Joint tyres (PTY)LTD is a 100% Botswana Citizen owned company, it was incorporated on the 14 January 2021 under the Company Act 42:01 of the laws of the Republic of Botswana. T-Joint is aiming to be a global Tyre Management provider, delivering business solutions to its customers. We deliver one of the industry’s best portfolios and business process outsourcing services and products. We supply, do Tyre Management, Tyre Training and Repair services of a wide range of tyre sizes in all their brands

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What we offer!

At T-JOINT TYRES we provide the following services:

Tyre Management

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Tyre Repairs

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Tyre Training

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General Supplies

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Sand Blasting

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Non Destructive Testing

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FAQs

Tyres should be inspected at least once a month and before any long journey. Checks should include checking the air pressure, overall condition and tread depth. And don’t forget to check the spare or the compressor and sealant if no spare was fitted!

Irregular wear can be caused by a number of factors. Repeated scuffing of tyres against kerbs, misaligned steering, aggressive driving, the over- or under-inflation of the tyre, worn suspension parts, are just some reasons. There are so many variables that there is no one single answer. Tyres should be checked regularly for any signs of wear and replaced accordingly.

Tread depths should be checked to ensure they meet the legal minimum regulations. Pressures should be checked in line with the vehicle manufacturers’ recommended settings. Take care to increase the pressure if the vehicle is heavily loaded as shown in the car makers recommendations. The tyres should also be given a thorough visual inspection to look for any cuts, lumps or bulges. Also look for any objects embedded in the tread which should be removed.

It’s better to fit all four tyres at the same time but if that is not possible then fitting two tyres at a time, and as a pair to get the best handling and grip on each axle, is the next best option. As a last resort, then a single tyre can be replaced. In all circumstances, seek the advice of an expert tyre retailer before replacing any tyres.

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CONTACTS

Box 2146 Jwaneng


Jwaneng CBD Plot 5435 office no.2


+267 72788889 / +267 74144736

+267 588 7849


sales@tjointtyres.com / tjointtyres@gmail.com


Monday to Saturday from 09:00 am to 16:30 pm

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