Are you looking for Car Tires Puncture Repair Shop in Dubai? Getting a flat tire can happen anywhere or at any time or whether you’re’ just strolling through town or on your way home from work. It doesn’t take much to puncture a tire. It could be a small screw, a broken piece of glass, or a sharp piece of metal. It could even be a nail that punctures your tire and doesn’t immediately cause your tire to deflate. Whatever your situation, iTyreCare Car Tyres puncture repair in Dubai, can fix it.
If you regularly drive on a rough road surface, you are bound to experience a tire puncture in your car someday. A tire puncture can make your car lurch and make it both uncomfortable and unsafe to drive further on the road. Thus, you must repair it or replace it immediately.
The most common way to repair car tires is to apply a tire plug or a tire patch. Both types of repair can work well but generally, a tire patch is considered a better way to repair a leaking tire.
If your car has been punctured by a nail or any other sharp object, a tire plug can fix the problem very easily. The process of repairing a tire puncture using a plug is fairly simple and cheap as you don’t need to take out the tire from the wheel. All you have to do is insert the plug into the hole and it will seal via vulcanization when you drive it due to the heat of friction. A properly inserted plug can last you for 25,000 miles or even for life. However, they may fall off if not inserted properly. Also, if the puncture is near the sidewall or at an angle, a tire plug becomes ineffective.
Applying a tire patch over a puncture hole is more secure and effective. However, it will be more costly and take more time because a repair technician will need to dismount the tire and then apply the adhesive-backed piece of rubber on the inside surface of the tire. The rubber piece will vulcanize due to heat and friction when you drive the car.
Thus, for small punctures, it is better to apply a tire plug but if the puncture hole is big, it is necessary to apply a patch.