CHEVROLET BUICK GMC TIRE PATCH & REPAIR SERVICE IN MIDLAND
Tire Patch & Repair Service can save a tire if it has a small puncture allowing air to escape. Tire punctures that are less than ¼ inch in the center of the tread area qualify for Tire Patch & Repair Service. If the puncture is on the outside of the tread or the sidewall, the tire will require tire replacement service. Tire Patch & Repair Service at Tom Smith Chevrolet Buick GMC adheres to the recommendations set forth by the Tire Industry Association and followed by major tire brands such as Goodyear and Michelin. This means our Tire Patch & Repair Service includes both a plug and patch that will provide the seal necessary to restore the damaged tire to factory specifications.
THE TIRE TEST: HONEST ABE TIRE TREAD CHECK
Although a tread depth check and tire inspection with a Certified Technician will always be the best strategy, you can also check the tread using a traditional U.S. penny with President Lincoln. By inserting a penny into the tire’s grooves with the head down into the tread facing you, can you still see the top of Lincoln’s head? If you can, the tread is worn down too far, and the tire needs to be replaced. If the tread is worn down too far, the best Tire Replacement service in the region is available at Tom Smith Chevrolet Buick GMC in Midland. We have an extensive selection of tires in inventory featuring all of the famous tire brands in all sizes and styles.
NEVER TRY TO FIX A FLAT TIRE WITH GENERIC CANNED GOO
The tire industry fiercely rejects the canned tire-sealant-goo method of fixing a punctured tire. Never inject any green goo into a tire believing that it will be a reasonably quick fix because it is a safety risk.
Gain peace of mind with an industry best-practice service for repairing small puncture damage by bringing your vehicle to Tom Smith Chevrolet Buick GMC for a Tire Patch & Repair Service.
Tom Smith Chevrolet Buick GMC is conveniently located in Midland near Penetanguishene, & Port McNicoll, Ontario.
Warning Signs of needing a Tire Repair or Replacement Service
Physical tire damage – punctures, bulges, blisters, cuts, or cracks Uneven treadwear
- Tread worn down to the warning bars
- Debris embedded in the tread
- Losing air pressure in one tire but not the others
- Tire requires additional air repeatedly