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Flat Tire Repair
Flat Tire Repair in NH and ME
Chances are, if you’re searching for flat tire repair in New Hampshire or Maine – you already have a flat tire or a tire that’s slowly losing air. The most common cause of a flat tire is from a sharp object piercing your tire. Depending on the size of the leak, the air could escape instantly, in a couple minutes, or even over the course of days.
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If your tire is repairable, our technicians are adept at locating and plugging the hole. If not, we offer a wide variety of promotions to help you find the best and most affordable tires for your car.
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Flat Tires can also be caused by the following:
- Valve stem damage or failure
- Deliberate puncturing
- Separation of the tire from the rim, from collision or rubbing against an obstruction (such as a curve
- Extreme wear of the tire tread enabling explosive tire failing or permitting road fragments to tear via it.
“Can my flat tire be repaired?”
Some tires, especially a slow leak, may be repaired and re-inflated; others, specifically those from worn tread, need to be changed as soon as possible. Whether you require tire repair or a brand new tire, Stratham Tire locations in New Hampshire and Maine are always ready to help.
“Can I drive on a flat tire?”
As soon as you realize you have a flat tire, do not drive on it. Driving on a flat tire – especially at high speed – can cause a tire blow-out, accidents, and can also contribute to damage to your rims, which will require much more expensive repair and replacement.
Signs you need a new tire:
- Inadequate tread, which can be tested with the fast and simple “penny test”.
- Splitting or bulging treads or sidewalls
- Foreign objects, such as screws, nails, and glass
- Tread separating from the body of your tire