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As the first point of contact with the road, your vehicle’s tires play a crucial role in maintaining control and performance. In the event one of these tires get damaged, it can be tempting to replace the tire outright. But did you know that there could be a way to salvage and return the damaged tire to its original condition? That’s PARS AUTO TECH can help.
Based in Ringwood , Melbourne , our team of auto professionals can help return your vehicle’s tire to its original performance, or better! We utilize state-of-the-art diagnostic and repair equipment to see if the tire is safe to use. If so, we perform the service with quality, care, and precision, so by the end of the service, you won’t even know the tire was damaged in the first place. See if you can save time and money by scheduling a tire repair service with our team today!
CAN YOUR TIRE BE fREPAIRED?
Tire repairs are an excellent service due to their affordability and relative service speed. Unfortunately, not all tires can be repaired, and a tire must have specific characteristics to be qualified. This is because auto shops want to prevent a compromised tire from being released back into the public, which could not only harm performance but place drivers in danger.
Not sure if your car’s tires are qualified for service? If you notice any damage on your tires, make sure you look out for these key characteristics!
Check The Pressure
When you see that your tire has sustained damage, first see how much pressure is lost. Is the tire slowly losing air? Or has it gone entirely flat? If it’s the former, the tire may still be qualified for a repair! If it’s the latter, the tire must be replaced, as the damage it will sustain when driving on a flat will be too high for a shop to repair. At this point, it’s safer and highly recommended to get a new tire.
Inspect The Damage
After checking the tire pressure, next look at where the damage is located and the size of the damage. For a tire to be repaired, the damage must be located within the tread of the tire, and it must not be bigger than ¼” in diameter. The tread is the most durable part of the tire and can sustain damage & repairs, but it can’t take too much damage. Any long, jagged cuts or massive holes will disqualify a tire from repair, and it will need to be replaced.