Tires with minor puncture damage can get restored using a special technique approved by famous tire brands and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Tire Patch & Repair Service will plug the puncture and create a seal that restores factory specifications. It is also important to note that neither tire manufacturers nor regulatory authorities recommend quick seal tire repair canisters as a tire repair method. It is the best idea to fix the problem at a reputable tire center since tire reliability is a safety risk. If your Subaru crossover or SUV gets a minor puncture wound and isn’t holding air properly, gain peace of mind with guaranteed results at Ewing Subaru of Plano. We are conveniently located in Plano near Frisco, Garland, and Dallas, TX.
The service is perfect for a minor tire tread puncture less than a ¼ inch in diameter. Tire Patch & Repair Service has not been approved for sidewall damages nor should it be attempted on punctures greater than a ¼ inch in diameter. If the tire has excessive damage, it can get replaced and mounted at factory specifications to restore reliability and passenger safety. If you have tire damage but are uncertain about what to do next, we invite you to Ewing Subaru of Plano for a Tire Inspection with a Certified Technician to guide your corrective action.
Every franchise parts store sells cans marketed to fix flat tires by merely installing a colored goo from a canister. This method is rejected by every famous tire brand. Don’t waste your hard-earned money rolling the dice for a quick fix when you can get guaranteed results at Ewing Subaru of Plano. Our Tire Patch & Repair Service will save your tire while restoring specifications, maximum reliability, and passenger safety.