Thousands of passenger, light truck, truck and Off-Road tires are permanently and safely repaired each day with Tech products. Repairing a tire allows the tire to remain in use, helping to eliminate the global, growing problem of scrap tires. Literally all-global tire manufacturers advocate repair of their tires, although tire repair procedures may be different from one tire manufacturer to another. Repairing a tire saves consumers and businesses considerable money vs. having to purchase a new tire.
Many countries throughout the world have published standards or recommendations for proper tire repairing. To ensure a proper tire repair:
Tech's policy is most crown, shoulder and sidewall injuries can be repaired, depending on:
However, Tech advocates that the tire manufacturer's published tire repair policy for the brand of tire being repaired be strictly followed and adhered to when repairing that particular brand of tire.
Most tire service locations and tire dealers have trained tire technicians, the required tools, and tire repair products to make a proper, safe tire repair.
Ask these questions of any shop to which you take your tire to be repaired:
Do not have your tire repaired with any plug or string/rope product from the outside only. These tire repair products do not meet Industry Standards and are not considered to be permanent repairs. These repairs also void most tire manufacturers warranties.