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About Us

Akina Tyre Sdn Bhd was established in 1999 in Kulim, which formerly named as Yita Auto Service Center. In year of 2014 We fully change our company to Akina Tyre Sdn Bhd. We are an Malaysian established company which founded  by 2 brothers. We are total tyre solution management services  and car services partner for the client. With the rapid growing demand, we have decided to expand our work force and facilities. As of now, we have about 5 branches and mostly located in North Malaysia.

We carry various of international products brands such as Continental, Michelin, Dunlop, Hankook, Bridgestone, Yokohama, Pirelli and many more. Our goal is to provide our customer the convenient and satisfaction services and Safety.

Akina Tyre Sdn. Bhd. 成立于1999年。刚刚开始的几年公司的名字是Yita Auto Service Center,在大约 2014年,我们公司才正式改名为 Akina Tyre Sdn. Bhd. 我们是属于全马来西亚成立公司。 我们是一站式轮胎全方位管理服务和汽车维修服务专家。 随着需求的快速增长,我们不断的扩大公司的规模和设施。 截至目前为止,我们共有五家分行,大部分都位于马来西亚北部。

我们代理各种国际品牌,如Continental,Michelin,Dunlop,Hankook,Bridgestone, Yokohama, Good Year, Pirelli等等。 我们的目标是以合理的价格为客户提供便利,满意的服务,安全优先。客户的安全是我们的目标。

Mission

Akina Tyre Sdn. Bhd. strives to improve customer experience and quality services of our client. Our policy is “Your safety is our Business“, where we prioritize on customer safety. We promise to provide quality services and safety with a reasonable price.

Vision

Akina Tyre Sdn. Bhd. envisioned to be a well-known Malaysia Brands of Tyre specialist and car services center.

Services

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TYRE & RIM

AUTO SERVICES

ENGINE SERVICES

ALIGNMENT

Product

TYRE

                    

                     

                      

RIMS

  Enkei

  SSR

  BBS

  AD and Other

LUBRICANT

  Total

  Mobil

  Maxx Oil  and other …

BATTERY

  Hitachi

  Nova and Other

SPARE PARTS

  Exhaust Pipe, Mounting, Bearing

  Brake Disc, suspension kit

  Lower Arm, Absorber

   Drive Shaft and Other

Car Care Tips

How to check the battery ?

Here’s hot news about your car battery that may seem surprising: It’s not so much the cold that gets it down as it is high heat. Heat causes battery fluid to evaporate, thus damaging the internal structure of the battery. That’s why it’s a good idea to check your battery as well . To get the most life out of a battery, the Car Care Council suggests the following simple steps:

  1. Be sure the electrical system is charging at the correct rate; overcharging can damage a battery as quickly as undercharging
  2. If your battery is the type that needs to be topped off, check it regularly. Add distilled water when necessary.
  3. Always replace a battery with one that’s rated at least as high as the one originally specified.
  4. Have the battery checked if you notice headlights and interior lights dim, accessories that fail to operate, or the “check engine” or battery light illuminated.
  5. Keep the top of the battery clean. Dirt becomes a conductor, which drains battery power. Further, as corrosion accumulates on battery terminals, it becomes an insulator, inhibiting current flow.

How to check Your Tires for Wear and Tear ?

Checking tire pressure is easy. You can do it right at home or at the gas station. Just be sure you check the pressure when your tires are cold, or haven’t been driven in several hours. This will give you the most accurate reading.The most important piece of equipment you need is an accurate tire pressure gauge. You can find battery-operated digital gauges, or more traditional stick-type gauge found at most gas stations. Make sure you have your manufacturer’s PSI handy when you’re checking your tire pressure, and then follow these steps:

  1. Remove the end caps on your tires’ air valves (don’t lose them!).
  2. Place the tire pressure gauge into the valve stem and press down quickly to get a reading.
  3. Check the PSI reading. Compare that to your vehicle’s recommended PSI.It can often be tricky to get the gauge to press fully onto the valve, resulting in an off reading—so take a few readings to eliminate any anomalies.
  4. If the reading is above the recommendation, push in the valve to let out some air (you might have to do this a few times to get it right).
  5. If the PSI reading is below the recommendation, fill your tire with air until you reach the ideal level (this may also take a few tries).

Outlets

Akina Tyre Sdn. Bhd. (HQ)

Address: No 112-113, Lorong Semarak 1, Tmn Semarak, 09000 Kulim Kedah.

Tel : 04-491 7891

Email : akinatyre@gmail.com

Akina Tyre Sdn. Bhd. (Kulim I)

Address: No. 1 , Ground Floor, Jalan Pandan Indah 1, Taman Pandan Indah, 09600 Lunas, Kedah.

Tel : 04 – 484 3891

Email : akinatyre.b1@gmail.com

Akina Tyre Sdn. Bhd (Kulim II)

Address: No.476, Taman Cendana II, 09000 Kulim, Kedah.

Tel : 04 – 491 9891

Email : akinatyre@gmail.com

Akina Tyre Sdn. Bhd. (BW)

Address: No.6139, Jalan Bagan Lallang, Taman Cempaka Sari, 13400 Butterworth, Pulau Pinang.

Tel : 04 – 332 2500

Email : akinatyrebw@gmail.com

Akina Tyre Sdn. Bhd. (PG)

Address: No.7223, Jalan Mak Mandin, Kawasan Perindustrian Mak Mandin, 13400 Butterworth, Pulau Pinang.

Tel : 04 – 323 8891

Email : akinatyrepg@gmail.com

We welcome your comments and questions. Feel free to leave us a message.

Akina Tyre Sdn. Bhd. (HQ)

Address: No 112-113, Lorong Semarak 1 ,Tmn Semarak, 09000 Kulim Kedah.

Tel : 04-491 7891

Branch : Kulim I

Address: No. 1 ,Ground Floor Jalan Pandan Indah 1, Taman Pandan Indah,Jalan Lunas 09600 Lunas,Kedah.

Tel : 04 – 484 3891

Branch : Kulim II

Address:No.476,Taman Cendana II,09000 Kulim,Kedah.

Tel : 04 – 491 9891

Branch : BW

Address: No.6139,Jalan Bagan Lallang,Taman Cempaka Sari,13400 Butterworth,Pulau Pinang.

Tel : 04 – 332 2500

Branch : PG

Address: No.7223,Jalan Mak Mandin,Kawasan Perindustrian Mak Mandin,13400 Butterworth,Pulau Pinang.

Tel : 04 – 323 8891