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TYRE REPAIR

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DOE tyre repair and sealing products are manufactured to the highest quality standards. Our all-encompassing range, includes :

  1. Tubeless tyre repair sealing strings
  2. Tyre patches

Radial & cross ply truck & trailer tyre gators

  1. Vulcanizing Cement
  2. Tyre sealers & accessories
  3. Motorist & Professional Tyre repair kits

Tyre valves & repair tools

If your tyres are not maintained and don’t have the right amount of pressure applied to them, they will fail, this also applies to 4×4’s and quad bikes. A failed tyre will result in accidents, putting you and other road users’ lives in danger. Tyres repaired correctly using the best quality materials and following the best repair procedures can save you money over the long term.

What causes a tyre to blow out?

Smooth and damaged tyres can cause accidents due to the fact that they are most likely to blow out. Did you know that insurance companies can reject accident claims that are caused by unroadworthy tyres?

The law specifies that it is illegal to drive around with unroadworthy tyres that can cause harm to other road users. It also informs us that the tread on tyres must be at least 1mm deep across the tyres entire width.

In the event of a tyre blow out, it’s important to keep calm and know how to handle your vehicle.

  • If travelling under 60km/hour, you will be able to have control, so turn on the hazard lights immediately
  • Instead of using brakes to stop your vehicle, slowly decrease the pressure that is applied to the accelerator to ensure that the vehicle remains steady
  • Once your vehicle comes to a stop, avoid pulling over onto the side of the road – keep hazard lights running. Place the hazard triangle 100 meters behind your car.

For all tryes, a regulatory minimum thread depth of tyres should be 1.00mm

Avoid Tyre Failure

Tyre failure can be avoided by following these preventative measures. Checking for these signs can help you detect tread separation, blow outs or flat tyres.

  • Make sure that your tyre pressure is in accordance with the legal limit
  • Observe your tyre and vehicle’s load limit
  • Inspect your tyres for cuts and slashes

Maintaining your car tyres will help you improve vehicle handling. It will also protect you and other road users from breakdowns and accidents. Increase the lifetime of your tyres.

The Dangers of  Driving With Smooth Tyres

  • Smooth tyres can affect the road holding of your vehicle
  • There is not enough water on wet roads for tyres to displace
  • It can damage your car’s suspension

Tyres can be repaired if removed timeously.

Prevent your  tyres form failing or blowing out by having them regularly checked. Please consult with your trusted mechanic.