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Getting your tyres fitted, replaced, or repaired is a necessary part of car ownership. Just like any other car-related check-up, getting your tyres checked keeps you, your passengers, and fellow road users safe.
But let’s face it: booking an appointment at the shop can be a hassle. Sometimes, there’s no time to go all the way to a mechanic downtown. Oftentimes, you’ve got a hundred other things to do at home or at work. But that shouldn’t mean that you need to put tyre fitting on the back burner.
With Airtasker, you can get all your tyre-related chores done at a place and time that’s convenient for you. Book an appointment online, and you can get a mobile car mechanic to stop by your home or workplace. You can even look for mechanics that offer related services, such as car diagnostics or wheel refurbishment. With just one post, you can access the best mobile tyre fitting experts in your area.
You can specify the time you need your car serviced in the “Post a task” form. There, you can also specify other details such as the date you need the job done, your location, and add notes regarding your car or tyres’ condition.
Experts recommend that you get your tyres rotated every 5,000 - 10,000 miles. This ensures that your tyres wear out evenly and offer you better and longer performance. You can get tyre rotation done by a mobile tyre-fitting expert on Airtasker.
Uneasy about driving on snow and ice? Ask a mobile tyre-fitting service about winter tyres. These specialized tyres provide better grip and don’t harden quickly, thus helping you navigate winter roads safely.
With Airtasker, you can get a mechanic to visit your location. When you post on the platform, we will match you with available experts in your area so that you no longer need to drop by a shop or garage.
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Motorcycle Tyre Repair
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Airtasker’s mobile tyre fitting services cover replacement, repair, and a lot more. Just book an appointment with a Tasker and let them do the rest. No need to drive to a shop or garage--the Tasker will service your car in a location that’s convenient for you. Forget splurging on wrenches or bringing out your toolbox—let the Tasker bring all the necessary gear.
If you want to make sure if your need is covered by our mobile tyre fitting experts, here’s a list of included services:
Got a flat tyre or worn-out tyre treads? Do your tyres look and feel like a million years old? If in doubt, it’s best to consult a mobile mechanic about tyre replacement.
The mechanic will first apply the parking brake and wheel wedges. Then, they will remove the hubcap or wheel cover, loosen the locking wheel nuts, raise the vehicle using the jack, and unscrew the locking wheel nuts. The old tyre will be removed, and a new one will be mounted using lug bolts. The locking wheel nuts will be tightened manually and using a wrench. Then, your vehicle will be lowered onto the ground, and the locking wheel nuts will be tightened once again. Once everything is nice and secure, the mechanic will check the pressure in the new tyre.
A mobile mechanic can successfully diagnose and repair your damaged tyres. Typically, they will use one of three kinds of repair processes: puncture, spot, or section repairs. Puncture repairs consist of cleaning the damaged area, inserting a stem or material into the hole, and applying cement on top of the puncture.
Spot repairs are used for damage that only affects the surface on the tread, shoulder, or sidewall of tyres (for radial tyres) or less than 25% of the plies (for bias tyres).
Lastly, section repairs are used for more serious damage to tyres. A patch and fill materials are typically used for this type of tyre repair.
The TPMS or tyre pressure monitoring system is an important part of your car. By monitoring the pressure in each of your tyres, it lengthens tyre life, improves fuel efficiency, and helps you avoid accidents. Remember to get your TPMS valve replaced whenever you get a tyre repaired or replaced.
Locking wheel nuts (or lug nuts) can be a hassle, and you may have thought of removing them or replacing them with fancy aftermarket ones. However, it’s best to get them removed safely by an expert.