Is It Safe to Get My Wheel Repaired?
Putting Your Safety First With Wheel Repairs Wheel damage is an inevitability of driving over potholes and across second-rate road
We make cracks, scuffs and chips disappear in our wheel repair shop every day.
We repair structurally damaged wheels with welding and precision finishing.
Above all else, we are committed to providing safe and reliable repairs. We maintain strict service practices that all technicians follow before, during and after a wheel repair.
At Alloy Wheel Repair Specialists, our guidelines – developed by experts – ensure that the wheels have undergone careful inspection before delivery to our clients.
When you trust us with your wheel repair, expect excellent results based on both skill and our dedication to consumer safety.
You can be a safe and cautious driver yet still suffer aluminum wheel damage. Sadly, potholes, debris and accidental curb clips are an inevitability of driving. These incidents can gradually take their toll on your rims.
Curb scrapes can cause subtle damage that gradually adds up. Turning the wheel to leave a parking spot can also lead to scrapes and scuffs on the rim. Try to leave a safe distance between your car and the curb when you park.
Potholes and debris in the road often lead to rim scrapes. In some cases, a pothole could even cause a wheel to bend or crack. Some added caution while driving could save you from a trip to the wheel repair shop.
Failure to repair damaged rims can lead to more serious problems in the future. Here are some possible complications.