Repairing a car tyre can be a good, money-saving solution if it has sustained only a minor damage but is otherwise still in good condition.
Professionals at our garage, MCC Manchester Road Ltd, have considerable years of experience in tyre repair services. They conduct multiple tyre safety checks before offering the service. Also, they use industry-best tyre repairing techniques and materials to efficiently repair the cuts or other damages on the tyre surface without much turn-around time.
Also, our charges for tyre repair Bradford are extremely affordable.
List oF Tyre Safety Checks We offer Before Repairing Tyres
Unfortunately, not all damages can be repaired safely. Hence, we go through a list of internal and external checks on several parameters to ensure the structural integrity of the tyre is unharmed like:
- The tyre has a minimum tread depth of 1.6mm (the legal minimum) left.
- The tyre is free from bulges, cuts or damages on the sidewalls.
- There are no exposed chords.
- In case of a puncture, the damaged area must not be more than 6mm.
- Run-flat tyres are not considered to safe for repairs as their structure changes once driven on without air pressure.
- Tyres previously treated with a DIY repair kit should not be repaired.
We will conduct tyre repair Bradford, only if your car's tyre successfully passes these safety checks. If not, we will recommend you replace it for uncompromised driving safety.
Please note: We will follow the BS AU 159 tyre repair process for accurate results.
Tyre Repair Methods We Follow
Depending on the nature of damage, we will follow any of the 3 methods of tyre repair Bradford:
Here, we will not unmount your car's tyre. Our experts will just shove in an adhesive coated piece of leather on the damaged area. The adhesive will vulcanise when the tyre rolls and turn into a permanent seal.
Experts will first un-mount your car’s tyre. Next, they will insert a piece of rubber-coated with adhesive on the damaged portion. Like patching, here too, the adhesive vulcanises when the tyre rolls, turning the rubber into a seal.
Plug & Patch
For this tyre, we will first unmount the tyre. Next, we will attach an adhesive coated rubber with a leather tail on the damaged portion. Following this, we will use the leather end to thread the gap and seal the hole.
Therefore, search no more for “tyre repair near me” and visit us instead.
To learn more, call us on 01274 731322.