Puncture Repair 2017-07-12T01:43:10+00:00

So, you have a puncture?

Fixing a tyre puncture might be too much work or simply something you don’t want to do. Let us do it for you.


Why is it important not to drive on a flat or partially deflated tyre?

A tyre that is at the end of its life cycle can also show signs it may rupture if it’s not replaced. Any tyre under 2/32nds of tread depth should be replaced as soon as possible and any tyre with the steel belts showing through the tread should not be driven at all. It’s important to always check your air pressure as well to ensure it’s at the correct level. Driving on under-inflated tyres causes increased wear, damage and heat that can lead to a tyre prematurely failing.