Flat Tire Repair & Tire Service
At Harris Tire we offer both tire repair and tire service when you need it. In fact we’ll bring the air pressure to you when you get stuck with a flat tire at no charge! Flat tires are very inconvenient. While there is little you can do to prevent a flat tire, you can help minimize the hassle and damage to your tire by being prepared.
Make Sure You Always Have:
- A properly inflated spare tire
- A jack
- A lug wrench
- Something to brace the tire against to prevent rolling
Even if you’re prepared you are going to run in to a flat tire from time to time. Running over nails in a construction area, damage from a curb, extreme weather conditions, etc. Read what to do when you get a flat tire.
Proper Tire Repair
The proper way to have a tire repaired is to patch the tire from the inside and fill the puncture hole. We don’t recommend you ever have your tire plugged. Plug repairs do not involve taking the tire off the wheel for a proper inspection. A plug is simply inserted into the punctured area, making it unreliable.
Here’s a handy Tire Inspector from Michelin to help you inspect your tire if you’ve had problems: click here.