Manteca Flat Tires

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Reliable Flat Tire Service in Manteca

If you find yourself in a situation where you have a flat tire and can’t get yourself home or to a shop; let us come out and help you fix a flat. If you are in an emergency situation where you are stopped on the side of the road because of a tire blowout, we can come to you as soon as possible and get you fixed up and on your way. We have several different options and price points to make sure you are taken care of.

Tire Patch

If you do not have a spare, for whatever reason; but don’t want to pay the money to have a brand new tire installed, one of the options we have to spray in a tire patch. Patch liquid goes in through your tire pressure stem and lines the inside of your tire. This solution coats as your drive and help to seal in the air long enough for you to get to a shop and have your tired fixed. This option is cost-effective, but it is not meant to be a permanent solution for your tire.

Installing Spare

The cheapest and easiest option to get you fixed up is to install your spare tire for you. If you have a spare, but don’t know how to change your tire or have never done it before to feel comfortable doing it; let us come out and help you. In this process, we will jack up your car for you, uninstall your old tire, put the spare on; and lower your car back down. This option will allow you to drive for a small number of miles and under a certain speed limit, but usually long enough to get you to a shop for a new tire.

New Tire Installation

If we have your tire size in stock; another option that we can offer to you is to bring you a completely new tire. While this option is definitely the most expensive option of what we offer; it is also the only option that gets a tire on your car that can actually handle highways at the proper speeds. Because we are not installing a smaller donut tire, but instead a full-size tire, you can drive for as many miles as you want and at whatever speed limits are advised to you.

Dangers of Old Tires

While you might think that driving on old tires is fine, the reality is that it is not. Yes, it’s true that new tires can be expensive. However, the cost of new tires is well worth the safety and peace of mind that they offer. Old tires can go flat if they hit bumps the wrong way; they can also blow out from wearing thin in a certain area. If you notice that your tires are starting to look bald; or if you notice your tire walls cracking, you should absolutely have your tires replaced. It’s always better to be safe than sorry.

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