Some common questions answered

General FAQ's

Tony’s Toys was incorporated in January 1999 and has been serving Grand Cayman ever since.

Our main office is at 91 Sherwood Drive (Off Seymour Drive), George Town and our Front Lot is opposite Tortuga Rum Factory.

Monday to Friday: 8am – 6pm
Saturdays: 8am – 3pm

Sales FAQ's

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Leasing is done for three (3) months or longer – (long-term/short-term lease). Rental is done on a daily or weekly basis.

Financing is applying for a loan to purchase a view. The requirements are as follows: • Job Letter • Recent Pay slip • Bank Reference • Evidence of any bank debt • Valid Passport • Valid Driver’s License • Proof of Address (Utility bill in your name or copy of lease agreement). If unable to provide proof of address in your name, then the following will suffice: I. Letter from the person with whom you live II. Copy of a utility bill in their name III. Copy of their ID.

Service FAQ's

It is recommended that you get your oil changed every three months or every 5,000 kilometres, whichever comes first.

Most manufacturers recommend around 100,000 km, but this varies from vehicle to vehicle and manufacturer to manufacturer.

We service all European, Japanese, American and Korean makes and models vehicle.

Oil Changes, Government Inspection & Licensing, Wheel & Tire Installation, Alignment & Balancing, Corrosion FREE Rustproofing treatment, Pro-Cut Brake Services, Body Repairs, Headlight Refinishing, Detailing Finishes and a Free Local Shuttle Service.

The costs for each service is dependent on the make of the vehicle. A Service Advisor can provide you with an estimate free of cost.

All Government Inspections are free. We do offer a licensing service for a fee so you do not have to go to the Licensing Department.

Yes, we offer Pre-sale inspections. Speak to one of our Service Advisors.

We offer daily rentals once your car has to be kept overnight.

We do provide roadside assistance to customers on batteries and tires. However, we do not send mechanics to your location. We take the vehicle back to the shop where we have the tools and resources to perform diagnostics and repair.

Parts FAQ's

Yes, you can call 623-TIRE or 946-8697 to reserve and pay for your tires.

We have a large network of parts suppliers.

Tire FAQ's

If you’ve been lucky enough to keep all your tires intact, the best time to start shopping is when your tires reach around six years old. You really should not wait any longer than that as rubber and other material in the tires deteriorates with time. Another sign to watch out for is when your car handling becomes shaky and hard to control. If this is the case it is recommended you bring your car in for an assessment to check the alignment of the wheels to see if they need replacing.

The general rule of thumb is that all tires should match in size. Even if you see a less expensive tire available remember it isn’t much of a deal if you buy a tire that doesn’t match the other three. If you only damaged one tire it is recommended that you replace it with a tire that has a similar brand, line, speed rating, and load capacity to your three remaining tires.

This information can be found in your owner’s manual or you can check your tires yourself by checking the numbers printed on the sidewall of the tires. tires sidewall numbers

The basic categories of tire are summer, all-season, and light truck. For the weather conditions in the Cayman Islands summer tires are your best bet because the grip levels for these tires are excellent.  Light truck tires are for larger vehicles. Most of these are available in larger sizes with higher load ratings for towing and hauling heavy loads. These are generally all-season and some of them are specially designed for off-road use in a variety of terrains.

For more useful tire information, check out “How do you know when it’s time to invest in new tires?” on our blog.

Tire pressure is something that is overlooked by many people. Proper tire inflation is vital to the performance and longevity of your tires. The maximum pressure of a tire is always printed on its sidewall, and you should not exceed this number. You should always inflate your tires to the manufacturer’s recommended pressure for normal driving but you can adjust the pressure up or down a little bit too to squeeze some extra performance out of your tires.

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