It's important to take good care of your tires, or else you could end up with a flat. Flat tires are caused by many things, but one common reason is incorrect tire pressure. Tire pressure above the level suggested by your manufacturer will lead to slight bouncing as you drive, which in turn will weaken traction and increase your chances of hitting an obstacle in the road that may puncture your tire. When tire pressure is too low, more of your tire touches the road. This increases friction, which could make your tires overheat and lead to a blowout. Another reason for a flat tire could be a damaged valve stem, the component that allows the tire to be filled with air. Your tires may also simply be worn, allowing air to leak out. All of these conditions could lead to a flat tire while driving.
If you get a flat tire while driving, you should immediately pull over to an area isolated from traffic. Driving on a flat tire can cause damage to the wheel or cause you to lose control of your car entirely. If you pull over but find yourself unable to change the tire on your own, we can help. Our knowledgeable staff is equipped with the right tools to replace your flat tire with a spare tire. If we arrive on-site to replace your tire but you don’t have a spare tire in your car, we can remove your flat tire and replace it with a new tire instead. We strive to respond with speed and efficiency, so give us a call. We’ll work hard to have you back on the road in no time.
We proudly service the Flat Tire Repair needs of customers in Taylor, Pa, Scranton, Pa, Old Forge, Pa, and surrounding areas.
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Old Forge Pa | Scranton Pa | Taylor Pa | Taylor PA | and surrounding areas
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