SO YOU'VE HAD A FLAT TYRE, WHAT NOW?
The most immediate need when you have a flat tyre is to get back to the road. You will usually have to address this by removing the punctured tyre and fitting your spare, safely out of the way of any traffic.
However, it is critically important to organize for the punctured tyre to be repaired as soon as possible. This is especially the case if your vehicle's spare tyre is space saver (or speed limited).
The area of the tyre where the puncture occurs will determine if the tyre is repairable. Generally tyres with punctures in the treaded area are repairable.
A flat tyre is generally caused by a puncture to a tubeless tyre's casing, allowing air to escape and causing the tyre to deflate. Punctures are usually caused by shape objects like small nails and screws.
These objects tend to cause punctures less than 5mm in diameter. If the occur within the tread area of the tyre, a repair can usually be made to the tyre.
We may have to replace the whole tyre in case:
For a thoroughly professional and prompt tyre repair service, contact the experienced tyre repair team at BCS Workshop today for a cost-effective quote. We are sure to never disappoint you with anything you want the car tyres to be treated for.