A common car-related problem, a puncture is typically caused by a tyre driving over sharp debris, glass or nails which pierce the rim of the tyre and cause it to deflate. Although it is small in size, a tyre puncture can have dangerous consequences, quickly making a vehicle unsafe to drive. If your tyres have suffered from a puncture and are in need of a thorough puncture repair, look no further than the experts at Mr Tyre to get you back on the road.
As leading tyre specialists, operating throughout Central England for over 50 years, we pride ourselves on the quality of our workmanship and our attention to detail. We will carry out a tyre puncture repair in line with official safety regulations to ensure all standards are met. The size and location of the puncture can determine whether the tyre can be repaired or needs replacing entirely, so our experts will carefully examine the problem and carry out the required remedial action.
If your vehicle veers to one side when driving or has become difficult to steer, it may be that your tyres have fallen victim to a slow puncture. This refers to a partially inflated tyre which causes an imbalance in the steering of the vehicle and its braking capabilities.
Tyre valves, alloy wheels, poor sealant due to corrosion and a nail in the tyre and faulty manufacturing are all contributing factors which can see your tyres losing air pressure quicker than they should; this is a safety hazard as they can blow out when you are travelling at high speeds.
If you are in need of a tyre puncture or slow puncture repair, seeking professional help is imperative. Simply contact our experienced team at Mr Tyre today and we will take care of the rest.