Almost any sharp object on the road can cause a flat tire. After a tire is damaged, most Nevada drivers turn to a spare tire. However, that’s only a temporary fix. Doughnuts spares are only good for about 50 to 70 miles. After that, a full—size tire will be needed.
Why You Should Consult With A Tire Repair Shop
Tire Works understands how frustrating a flat tire can be; that’s why we offer quick tire repairs at our locations. We repair tire tread punctures up to 1/4″ in diameter. However, we do NOT recommend repairing larger punctures or punctures to the tire’s shoulder and sidewall.
At our tire repair shop, we will remove the tire from the wheel and thoroughly inspect your tires for hidden damage that could risk weakening the tire.
Tire Works does not recommend that drivers attempt to repair the tires themselves. An improperly repaired tire may fail while driving at high speeds, which can cause you to lose control of the vehicle.
If you have any questions regarding your tire’s condition, we’ll be glad to inspect them for you.