Puncture Repair

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Vulcanised rubber that is used in tyres has several shortcomings. It is prone to damage from sharp objects like glass, nails etc. that litter the roads. In order to repair this type of damage, specialised equipment and expert hands are imperative. Any discrepancy can lead the tyres being rendered useless. At Kirkby Tyres, you get specialisation as well as expertise! Our team of technicians (with high-quality equipment) are all-set to tyre puncture repair Sutton in Ashfield. They leave no stone unturned to ensure that the work done is impeccable and in no way compromises their usability.

What is a puncture?

Tyres are the only point of contact between a vehicle and the road’s surface. They, therefore, are prone to damage from sharp objects that unfortunately litter the road's surface. Objects like shards of glass and nails can embed themselves in the tread of the tyre. It can cause a leak. This leak is what is known as a puncture.

How is it repaired?

To repair a puncture, specialised rubber pieces are used. They are inserted in the area where there is a leak. These rubber fragments have to be inserted in a way that they ensure no leak of tyre pressure. This needs to be done without damaging or compromising the quality of the tyre. To ensure effectivity, a puncture should always be repaired by an expert who knows the precise amount of rubber and adhesive that needs to be used. This is no easy task. It must not be performed by a novice. If anything goes wrong, the tyre can be left useless.

Why choose Kirkby Tyres?

We, at Kirkby Tyres, have been in the business for a long time. We understand the importance of tyre health in relation to the safety of our customers. Therefore, we equip our team of technicians with only the best quality machinery. Our experts, at Kirkby Tyres, are well versed with the process and are trained to make no mistakes when punctures are being fixed.

Ensuring the health of tyres is not only in favour of the safety of the vehicle’s occupants but it is also a legal requirement. A vehicle with compromised tyre tread depth or quality can be given a failed MOT certificate. Failure at passing an MOT test will render it illegal to be used on the roads. Its use can invite heavy penalties.

Avail our compelling prices at Kirkby Tyres to ensure that you have a safe and comfortable driving experience.

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