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Our mobile tyre puncture repair service repairs around 60% of all punctures we examine

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Tyre Puncture Repair

Tyres may need repairing for a variety of reasons and it’s important to inspect them regularly, or as soon as you spot a puncture, to have the best chance of a successful puncture repair.

Modern tyres are becoming stronger and more durable than ever, however potholes on UK roads cost British motorists an estimated £2.8 billion every year[1] and are one of the largest causes for damaging tyres, alongside road debris such as nails, glass or pieces of metal.

Our mobile tyre puncture repair service repairs around 60% of all punctures we examine, so statistically there is a good chance you tyre will be repairable.

Why choose DG Tyre Sevices ?

What makes our service different from other tyre retailers is that we proactively want to fix your punctured tyre. We have no interest in simply selling you a new tyre.

Market cannibalisation from tyre manufacturers and distributors means that they now own many tyre retailers too – hence why they may want to upsell you to a new tyre. This, alongside rising costs of rubber and manufacturing from the Far East, means your tyre costs are becoming more expensive.

Independent tyre retailers like ourselves, actually earn less from selling certain new tyres than we do on repairing your current tyre.

It’s a win-win. Our local fitters earn a few more pounds when compared to selling you a new tyre but, more importantly, you get your current tyre safely and legally repaired to British Standards, saving hundreds of pounds on unnecessary new tyres.

How much does a puncture repair cost?

Can my Punctured Tyre be repaired?

The give your tyre the best possible chance of being repaired it’s important to stop driving as quickly as possible. We have a better chance of repairing you tyre if it has:

• suffered a puncture from something small like a nail or screw.
• a puncture in the central area of the tread (The ‘T’ zone).
• not been driven on after receiving a puncture.
• a tread depth still over the 1.6mm legal limit.
• only one puncture repair in each 90° quadrant – so a very maximum of four. This is the legal and safe requirement under BS AU 159.
• sidewalls which are not cracked and the rubber is in good condition – we will never leave you in a dangerous position.

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