Car Puncture Repair

Did you know that about half of all flat tyres caused by a puncture can be repaired safely and cheaply without the need for a replacement tyre? The most important thing that you can do to help the chances of your puncture being repairable is not to drive on it when it is flat.

What To Do If I Get a Flat Tyre?

Driving for even a few hundred meters on a flat tyre can damage and make it UN-repairable. As soon as you notice your tyre is flat, make sure that your car is in a safe place and away from traffic. Only then you can attempt to put on the spare wheel or use your temporary repair kit supplied by your vehicle manufacturer if none of the above work then you can simply call Jordans Autocare for assistants.

Can Your Repair Tyres?

All our vans are equipped with tyre puncture repair facilities and are repaired to British Standard (BSAU159). We thoroughly check and test all tyres before it is repaired.

Can Your Repair Any Tyre?

We strive to repair all tyres (excluding run flats) whenever possible without comprising your safety, However, If the tyre displays any of the following it is unfortunate that we are unable to repair it:

  • Illegal tread depth (below 1.6mm across the central ¾ of the tyre tread throughout the entire circumference)
  • Run flat damage - the breakdown of the tyre's structural integrity
  • Secondary damage - caused by the injuring object
  • Ageing/deterioration of tyre rubber
  • Bead damage
  • Exposed cords
  • Faulty/poor previous repairs

Can Your Repair Run Flat Tyres?

At Jordans Autocare we do not repair run flat tyres as damages on the reinforced sidewalls can be concealed

Our mobile puncture repair service starts from £45 depending on location.

When booking a tyre repair online please let us know if your vehicle doesn't have a spare tyre as our team can organise our fitter to bring a spare just in case your existing tyre isn't repairable.