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Wheels & Rims

We can fit you with the latest

Rego’s & More are your local wheels and rims specialists. We supply and fit all your favourite styles to suite most makes and model vehicles. If you’re looking for to add little oomph to your pride and joy, drop by one of our workshops and drive away empowered. 

Did you know wheel size not only affects a car's performance but it also has an impact on noise levels, comfort and fuel economy? Our expert team can help you select the perfect wheels and rims for your vehicle. 

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The 4 different types of car rims

  • Steel Rims: This is the most common of all the rims.
  • Alloy Rims: Alloy rims are next in line.
  • Chrome Rims: The chrome rims are not as common as the alloy and steel rims.
  • Spinners: This was very prominent in the 90s.
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We can fit you with the latest

Rego’s & More are your local wheels and rims specialists. We supply and fit all your favourite styles to suite most makes and model vehicles. If you’re looking for to add little oomph to your pride and joy, drop by one of our workshops and drive away empowered. 

Did you know wheel size not only affects a car's performance but it also has an impact on noise levels, comfort and fuel economy? Our expert team can help you select the perfect wheels and rims for your vehicle. 

a man filling by air car tyre

The 4 different types of car rims

  • Steel Rims: This is the most common of all the rims.
  • Alloy Rims: Alloy rims are next in line.
  • Chrome Rims: The chrome rims are not as common as the alloy and steel rims.
  • Spinners: This was very prominent in the 90s.

FAQ

Which is better alloy or chrome rims?

Chrome wheels are stronger because they are electroplated with layers of metal. They can take on rugged terrain far better than alloys which make them ideal for rural living.

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