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Tire repair


Think about all the abuse your tires take—hard impacts with curbs, driving over road debris, last-minute braking, under-inflation. All of these can take a heavy toll on your tires’ exterior condition and service life. That’s why it’s so important to have your tires inspected regularly for signs of damage.

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Trust the tire repair experts at Mountain View

Tire repair is not a job for the do-it-yourselfer. One of the leading causes of tire failure and casing rejection during the retread process is a faulty repair. The experts at Mountain View Tire & Auto Service have the know-how, the equipment and the professional repair supplies needed to do the job right and ensure the safe operation of your tire.

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What can and can't be repaired

Not every type of tire problem can be repaired. Sidewall damage, for instance, cannot be fixed. Puncture damage can be reliably repaired only if the hole is straight through the tire surface (not jagged or at an extreme angle) and 1/4” in diameter or less.

Need repairs? Just make an online tire repair appointment or pull up to any Mountain View Tire & Auto Service location.
Storing and protecting your tires
Because tires are highly engineered products made from a variety of materials, they should be protected from overexposure to heat, light, moisture, ozone and deformation while they’re being stored. Remove the tires from the vehicle, place them in plastic bags, and stack them in a cool, dark place. Tires lose air over time, and leaving them on a vehicle and in contact with the ground for an extended period can result in permanent flat spots.
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