Flat Tire Repair

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It's a tough road out there, and your tires bear the brunt of potholes, broken glass, screws and anything else that punctured a tire. If you suspect something is wrong with your vehicle tires, it is best to err on the side of caution. Check your tire pressure monitoring system if the light is on and something is off with the way your car drives, gently bring the car to a stop. Safely pull over on the side of the road or an emergency bay so you can check your flat tire. If you keep driving on a damaged tire, it can lead to additional rim damage and repairs, so it's best to have your tires examined at the first sign of trouble. The solution might be as simple as a patch and tire plug if the tire damage is addressed early on. If you are in an unfamiliar area, especially in the middle of the night, do not hesitate to call Wrench mobile mechanic for help.


When tires are properly inflated and in good condition, the handling, stability, and safety of the vehicle will be increased. Conversely, when the tires are under-inflated, worn out or damaged, all of the safety systems on the vehicle cannot overcome the loss of control that comes with a blow-out or hydroplaning situation. Air pressure in a tire is like oil in an engine; when it is low, the resulting internal damage is unseen until it is too late. It's essential to rotate the tires on the vehicle every 5-7,000 miles. You can depend on our mobile mechanic to make a bad situation a little better!


Your Wrench mobile mechanic will arrive with all the tools and parts necessary to perform your flat tire repair, do the work skilfully at your preferred place and time.

Our service begins with a careful internal and external inspection of your tire by one of our experts to determine the cause and extent of any damage. This allows us to determine if your tire can be repaired, or will need to be replaced. If your flat tire is fixable, our master mobile mechanic will repair it with properly plugging or patching any punctures from the inside. If your tire can't be repaired, our mechanic will suggest you that it's time to buy a new tire and helping you to find a quality new one suited to your needs. We'll also rebalance your tires, and if necessary, reactivate your tire pressure monitoring system.


If your tire is flat, a proper tire repair can help you avoid purchasing a new tire before your old one has reached the end of its useful life. And if it's leaking air slowly, a proper repair will help it maintain its air pressure, so you can avoid an unexpected flat before it happens. The frequency as to how often you should check your tires depends on your vehicle's model and different driving surfaces as well as vehicle owner's manual for recommended flat tire services.


  • Visible and invisible Damage
  • Poor fuel efficiency
  • Failure of the valve stem
  • Over-Pumped Tires
  • Sometimes the PSI loss will be slow, forcing you to visit the air pump once or twice a month. If the wheel rim damage is extensive, you may wake up in the morning to see the tire completely flat.

Thankfully, the roadways in US are wide and well maintained, allowing for a generally smooth driving experience. However, a flat tire can happen to anyone and cause inconvenience, so it becomes important to remain vigilant when it comes to car maintenance and safety. If you've experienced a flat tire and need the help of a professional, or if you require a replacement, the friendly team at Wrench mobile mechanic is ready to help. Call us today!