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Can a run flat tyre puncture be repaired?

| Thursday 15th April 2021 4:40pm

Run flat tyre

Many motorists will have experienced the frustration of getting a puncture. Although repairing the tyre may seem to be the best option, this is not always possible. Read on to find out what makes run flat tyres and what to do if your run flat tyre is punctured.

Why are my tyres cracking?

Bradley Jando | Monday 1st March 2021 3:35pm

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Tyre cracking can be one of the most obvious signs of tyre wear. Find out more about why your tyres crack and how to fix them in this blog.

A quick guide to Original Equipment

Bradley Jando | Monday 22nd February 2021 4:00pm

tyres on rack

What does it take for a tyre to be selected as original equipment (OE) and how can you spot a tyre that has been specially designed for OE? Read our quick guide.

Why you should replace tyres in axle pairs

Bradley Jando | Tuesday 1st December 2020 4:40pm

technician_inspecting_a_new_tyre

Replacing both tyres in an axle pair is a great idea for safety and longevity as uneven wear could mean you have to replace tyres sooner. Read more here.

Drivers Risk MOT Failure If TPMS Go Unserviced

Kwik Fit | Tuesday 29th September 2020 1:00pm

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Millions of UK drivers failed their previous MOT check if a Tyre Pressure Monitoring System warning light is on the dashboard. Find out how to avoid it.




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