Puncture Repairs

puncture repair diagram

Repairing punctured tyres

At Tyreland, all of our depots are offering convenient, on-the-spot puncture repair service.  Using the safest, inside patch technology, our technicians will ensure that your tyre is repaired to strict European standards.

Furthermore, our staff will check your tyre for any signs of distorted bead wires, rubber deterioration, impact damage and excessive wear. All just to be sure that your tyre can be safely repaired.

And the great new is, that all of this will cost you just €15, including fitting the wheel back on the car.

For more information about puncture repairs, give us a call on 01 860 20 20. Alternatively, you can send us an online enquiry here.

Using Tyre Repair Kit

Most of modern day cars are now being sold without a spare wheel in the boot, as they are equipped with puncture repair kits instead.  Here at Tyreland, we took time to review how best to use it and here is our guide:

Overall, it is very simple kit to use and it will take you less time than fitting a spare wheel on the car.

This kit is featured mainly on modern cars, which also come with tyre pressure monitoring systems (pms) as standard. If a warning light or message flashes on your dashboard, just pull over to a safe place as soon as you can. If your vehicle doesn’t have the PMS, then tell-tale signs are vibrations and shaking of the steering wheel.

Once pulled over, trace the puncture and inspect the tyre for overheating, as it is a single most common reason for tyre blow-outs. Once you are happy that your puncture/damage is less than 4mm radius, then the real work begins:

  • Connect your mini compressor to the valve neck.
  • Attach the bottle of sealant to the compressor, which is normally a screw-on type.
  • Connect your compressor to a 12V socket.
  • Leave it running for 10 – 15 minutes.
  • Once the tyre is inflated, disconnect the kit and put the dust cap back on the valve.
  • Go to your nearest Tyreland depot to get the repair checked.

** Make sure not to remove the screw from the tyre as it seals the hole.