Nobody likes having to fork out for new tyres – even when you’ve got your money’s worth out of your old ones.
So if you have to buy a replacement because one of your tyres has got a puncture, it’s just adding insult to injury.
However, many minor puntures can often be repaired and our etyres fitters are regularly able to save our customers a small fortune by getting the damaged tyre safely back on the road.
Which is exactly what happend to Hayley, from Cambridge, who emailed in to tell us: “We’d just like to say thank you for the service we received, the young man who came out to replace our tyre (David Vine), instead was able to repair the old tyre. This saved us money and hassle. Many Thanks.”
If you’ve got a puncture you can download the puncture repair gauge on our website, which will give you a good indication of whether it can be repaired or not.
The ‘repairable area’ of a tyre is designated as that where a repair can be carried out to British Standards (currently BS AU 159f). Because a tyre curves away from the middle of where the tyre rolls on the road, only the centre area is repairable.
Otherwise, give our National Sales Team a call on freephone 0800 028 9000 and let them know about your problem. They will help to solve it as cheaply as possible.
Emily, National Sales Team