What can possibly be more annoying than suddenly finding out that you have a flat tyre just when you were getting ready to leave for work or even a simple day out and about.
Instead of panicking about how much it is going to cost you to repair your tyre, just give us a call and come visit us.
We offer a tyre repair services so we can have your car up and running as soon as possible – and that, too, at a fraction of the price you thought you would have to pay for the flat tyre.
Even if you are a safe driver and have a spare tyre in your boot, it is still very important for you to make sure that you get the punctured tyre repaired as soon as possible.
This becomes even more crucial when your spare tyre is one that is speed limited. Flat tyres are usually caused due to punctures or holes in the tubeless tyre’s casing, which allows the air to escape and the tyre automatically deflates.
Punctures are generally caused due to sharp objects, such as screws, small nails or even poorly made roads. If the puncture is very large in size, however, you might have to get a new tyre.