Tyres and Puncture Repairs in Abingdon

New car & van tyres, fitting, TPMS and tyre repairs and punctures with McKenzie Repairs

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Quality tyre brands available to order online

At McKenzie Repairs, you can order tyres online via our tyre ordering platform, browsing thousands of tyres all available for your vehicle. Once you have found your chosen tyres you can select a date and time from our live diary for those tyres to be fitted at our garage at the chosen date and time of your booking.

Offering tyres for cars, vans, 4×4, SUV’s, winter & summer tyres including budget, mid-range, premium and specialist brands such as Davanti, Landsail, ETB, Michelin, Goodyear, Pirelli, Bridgestone and so much more.

How to read your tyres

The size of a tyre is on the sidewall of the tyre. You’ll see a series of numbers and letters, such as 205/45/R17 91V.
This is your tyres size, each number means the following:
Tyre Size Markings - Order Tyres Online

Frequently asked questions

A tyre puncture, better known as a flat tyre, is a condition in which a pneumatic radial deflates causing the wheel’s rim to ride on the ground or the tread of the tyre. This could potentially lead to loss of vehicle control or permanent tyre damage.

In the case of a flat tyre, you must gradually slow down and come to a standstill on one side of the road. If you continue to drive, you might end up damaging the wheel or be responsible for a deadly accident, in case the speed is high and you lose control.

For tyre repairs please call our team in Abingdon at McKenzie Repairs on 07864253178.

The Puncture Location Is Important. Punctures can generally be repaired if they occur on the central portion of the tyre, in this case, the middle three-quarters of the tyre. If a puncture occurs outside this area, near to the tyre’s sidewall, it cannot generally be repaired.

Depends on the size of the damaged area. This means it may be possible to repair a tyre that has been pierced by a nail or a screw, but if the damage is caused by a larger item such as a bolt or other metallic debris, the tyre may need to be replaced. This also means that tyre damage such as splits, cuts and gouges cannot be repaired.

Unfortunately, even though any one of several objects or events can cause your tyre’s sidewall to puncture, there’s only one solution: replace the tyre. Unfortunately, sidewall punctures on passenger or light truck tyres can’t be repaired.

Puncture repair guidelines. The sidewall cannot be safely repaired because it takes the most load when the tyre is in use. A repair, even if carried out by an expert, could potentially

weaken the structure of the sidewall. This means a tyre damaged by a screw, nail or other sharp objects can usually be safely repaired.