Repairing A Tyre Puncture
Repairing a tyre can be a tricky job, though it’s no match for our experts as they ensure that every puncture repair is carried out to the British Standard BS159.
Before every puncture repair, we check for secondary damage including deformed bead wires, rubber or tread separations, deterioration caused by grease or corrosive fluid (or age), marking of the interior rubber, and any checks for all other signs of excessive wear to ensure that a safe puncture repair can be carried out.
Your local ATS Euromaster centre are unfortunately not able to repair punctures on runflat tyres. This is due to their reinforced sidewalls which can mask damage that may have been caused by unsuitable driving speeds, or excessive and prolonged wear during the journey to your local centre. As there is uncertainty to knowing whether the tyre wall has been damaged or not (ultimately compromising your safety on the road). ATS Euromaster are not able to repair runflat tyres.