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We seal your punctured tyre securely at your desired location.

Is my puncture repairable?

It's quite complicated actually. Whether the tyre is repairable or not depends on many factors, such as: The location of the puncture, size of the puncture, the condition & age of the tyre or whether or not the tyre is a runflat tyre.

A tyre can only be repaired if the diameter of the damaged area is less than 6mm and located in the central ¾ of the tyre. If the puncture is outside of the central ¾ it is deemed too close to the sidewall to promise a safe and long-lasting repair.

Read more at our puncture repair page.

Sometimes it's better to go for a new tyre

Puncture repairs are only a temporary solution - there is still a chance that your tyre may start to leak air again, especially if you've repaired the same tyre once before.

It can be more cost-effective to go for a brand new tyre as it will most likely last longer than the old tyre and give you better performance depending on the tyre.

When should I get a new tyre?

You should get your tyres changed if you experience any of the following signs of damage:

  • Once the tyre tread has worn to the legal limit of 1.6mm.
  • If you hear a sqeaky humming sound caused by a chopped tread.
  • A puncture on the side of the tyre.
  • You can notice the lack of traction in your tyres due to tread wear.
  • If your tyre shows signs of ageing.
  • If the tyre is not suited for your vehicle.
  • Other reasons.

You should get your tyres changed if your punctured tyre meets any of the folling criteria:

  • If the puncture is located on the sidewall of the tyre.
  • Runflat tyres cannot be repaired.
  • If the diameter of the damaged area is larger than 6mm.
  • If your tyre treads are worn less than 1.6mm.
  • If your tyre shows signs of ageing.