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Newton Abbot Tyres

Newton Abbot Tyres

Whether you are driving a car, motorcycle or a heavy truck, the experience of a flat tyre in Newton Abbot is quite inevitable – even if you have run-flat tyres. So, what are the main causes of flat tyres? This extremely irritating setback can seriously jeopardise a driver’s safety. Unfortunately, there are quite a few reasons it can happen, below are some of the most essential and critical:

Tyre Punctures

The most common reason for a damaged tyre is by a cut from a sharp item, for example, a nail or broken bit of glass. Over a short time, your tyre will have a leak of air (known as a slow puncture) resulting eventually in a flat tyre. This could happen driving on any roads, so make sure you are extra vigilant.

What Is Valve Stem Leakage

Another reason for tyre issues is the valve stem leaking without you being aware. The valve stem is the piece of the tyre that is unscrewed when you blow up your tyre. Any harm or even dirt on this little piece could make air spill out of the tyre until it is totally flat. To avoid this, you should regularly check that the valve is tightly fixed on each wheel. At times, air will spill from the tyre bead, which is the edge of the tyre that rests on the rim. To check if there is an issue with the tyre, make sure you contact Monnington Motors and one of our highly trained technicians can check this out for you.

Devons Potholes

Potholes, uneven roads, and unexpected debris can make your car’s wheels, axles, and undercarriage prone to damage. The more terrible the state of the street, the higher the danger of getting a damaged tyre. Drive safe on roads you are not used to – for your own safety and your wheels.

Why You Should Not Over Inflate Tyres

An over-inflated tyre can cause pressure to build and lead to a sudden blowout. It is crucial as a pre-emptive measure to note the maximum limit of air inflation of your tyres. You can find these details in your vehicle’s manufacturer handbook.

How To Prevent A Flat Tyre

You may be able to help prevent flat or blown out tyres with some preventative maintenance and pre-emptive steps. Run-flat tyres ensure that you can continue to drive for a short period of time despite a flat tyre – these are a good thing to have before you encounter a puncture. If you are interested in this or have any tyres that need replacing or repairing, don’t hesitate to give us a call on 01626 363630 or visit our garage.

Avoiding Tyre Damage

Even though it is occasionally unavoidable, attempt to explore backup ways if you know you will be driving near active construction areas or roads that are not the safest. Sharp metals, glass, nails and even potholes would all be able to cause punctures and damage a tyre. Hitting a pothole may result in harm to your tyres, wheels and other parts of the car.

Don’t Forget To Check Your Tyre Pressure

It is essential to ensure your car’s tyres are properly inflated. It has been suggested by National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to use a tyre pressure gauge to check each tyre including the spare, at least monthly. This may seem laborious, but you never know!

Tyre Repair Near Me

If you are in or around the Newton Abbot area, do not hesitate to pop in during our open hours if you have any enquiries about your tyres or need a puncture repair. Alternatively, you can give us a call on 01626 363630 and speak with one of our experience’s mechanics.
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