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Flat Tire |Causes & Solution|

31st May 2022
"You're experiencing awful flat tires, it could be caused by any of a number of factors."

If you're experiencing awful flat tires, it could be caused by any of a number of factors. The cause of the problem will determine the solution for your flat tires.

Let’s have a quick look:

Nail, Screw, or Puncture Wound

You may observe that most road debris ends up on the street's sides. If your tire gets close to the edge of the road or pulls over to the side, it can easily find the nails, screws, and other hazards that have been thrown around.

These risks are not only more numerous on the side of the road, but they also do not always lay as flat as they would on a level road. As a result, a flat tire on your car is a common occurrence.

Solution: The remedy is simple and quick: tire patch repair. First, you must find the puncture wound and confirm that this is the problem with your tires.

Then you must remove the nail, patch the tire, and refill your tires.

Low Tire Pressure

A flat tire can induce low tire pressure, but it can also cause flat tires that would otherwise be acceptable. To function effectively and retain internal structure, your tires must be refilled on a regular basis.

You risk producing a major flat if you go for extended periods of time without refilling your tires or if you do not swiftly repair a punctured tire.

When you drive with low tire pressure, a larger portion of your tire's surface area contacts the ground.

It also weakens and can harm your tires inside, making you more subject to flats as your sidewall wears away.

Solution: Maintaining correct tire pressure is critical for avoiding this type of flat tire.


Flat tires can also be caused by overinflation. Overinflated tires not only reduce vehicle performance but can also cause serious damage.

When your tires are overinflated, they will wear unevenly and experience higher internal pressure.

Solution: Use a gauge when refilling your tires and do not exceed the recommended pressure levels.

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Right tire pressure and how to maintain it ?

7th April 2020
"Tire maintenance is one of the most important things you can do for your car from a safety and cost standpoint."

Tire maintenance is one of the most important things you can do for your car from a safety and cost standpoint. The easiest way to care for your tires is both quick and inexpensive: maintain the correct tire pressure.

Right Tire Pressure

Since maintaining your tires is so important to your safety and your car’s overall performance, it’s important to know what tire pressure is right for your vehicle. Air pressure in tires is measured in pounds per square inch, or PSI; usually, the recommended tire pressure ranges between 30 and 35 PSI.

To learn what your tire pressure should be, look for your manufacturer’s recommendation, which is printed on a label inside your car. Depending on the vehicle, this label may be on the edge of the vehicle’s door, on the doorpost or in the glove box. The label will usually give recommendations for the front and rear tires as well as the spare, and it’s important you stick to those guidelines. (While you’re at it, check the air in your spare tire, too. It loses air pressure over time.) Even after you’ve replaced your tires, the same pressure guidelines on your car’s label apply to new tires of the same size. If your tires are larger than the stock models that came on your car and you’re unsure of the recommended PSI, check the tire’s sidewall to find the maximum cold PSI level.

Pressure recommendations are based on readings taken from a tire pressure gauge. Check the pressure first thing in the morning or wait at least three hours after driving; this provides sufficient time for them to cool back down.

How to maintain correct tire pressure?

Knowing your recommended PSI isn’t enough. You have to ensure you’re checking your tires regularly. Some experts recommend you check the air pressure every time you refuel; others say once a month is sufficient. Your car’s TPMS, tire pressure monitoring system, measures the amount of air in your tires to let you know if your tires are properly inflated.

Frequently checking your PSI becomes even more important in the fall and winter, when outside temperatures drop and weather conditions fluctuate causing your tires to lose air more quickly. Generally speaking, your tire will gain or lose one PSI for every 10-degree change in temperature, which means if you have a sudden drop of 30 degrees, you could lose three PSI overnight. If your tires were already low, this could cause tire damage, steering problems or even a flat tire.

Knowing and maintaining the right air pressure is important to the safety and longevity of tires. All it takes is a tire pressure gauge and a few minutes of your time.

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Ways to Help Prevent a Flat Tire

30th January 2022
"A flat tire might put an immediate stop to your trip plans."

A flat tire might put an immediate stop to your trip plans.

With simple preventative maintenance and cautious measures, you may be able to assist prevent flat or blown out tires.


It's critical to ensure that your vehicle's tires are properly filled. At least once a month, use a tire pressure tester to check each tire, including the spare. To locate the required tire pressure, look for a label on the driver's side doorjamb or door edge, or consult your car's handbook.

Tire pressure readings might fluctuate while tires are heated, so do this after your car hasn't been driven for a few hours.

In addition to preventing flat tires, maintaining proper tire pressure can improve your car's fuel efficiency and lengthen the life of your tires.


Though it's sometimes unavoidable, if you know you'll be driving near active construction zones or poorly maintained roads, attempt to choose alternate routes.

Punctures and flat tires can be caused by sharp pebbles, nails, metal shards, glass, and potholes.

Hitting a pothole can cause damage to your car's tires, wheels, and other components. If you find cracks or bulges in your tire, they could be the consequence of hitting potholes or debris on the road.

If the tires are underinflated at the time of the collision, they may be more vulnerable to damage. Bulging or cracked tires should be changed.


Examine the label for the required tire pressure for your tire once more. It also tells you how much weight your vehicle can handle. When loading your vehicle, keep this number in mind because an overloaded vehicle can damage your tires.

If you're transporting heavy cargo, you should raise your tire pressure to guarantee that your vehicle can hold the weight.

If your tires are loaded to the maximum pressure, which is also indicated on each tire, look at the sides of your tires to see how much weight they can handle.

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