Why Can’t You Repair Tires With A Punctured Sidewall?

They say sidewall damage is always different and complicated compare to a standard tire puncture. Most frequently, if some slices or cuts are deeply rooted, tire sidewall puncture cannot be repair at all. Tire repair can be done very easily by oneself by parking the car or bike at an area with no traffic or at the nearest gas station. However, since the sidewall of the tire is comprised of steel rings for more balance and power purpose. And also because the sidewall is profoundly thin with flex design to transfer the rest of vehicle’s power to the road. It is precarious and almost impossible to repair tire puncture with the damaged sidewall. Most prominent reasons which tell us why tire repair in case of the damaged sidewall cannot be done include:


Patching might work but at the cost of class and perfection:

Sidewall tire repair is make possible with several methods in recent times. One of them was patching. In this approach, cement tube that comes with repair kit is use. However, after you have placed a patch on sidewall tire, there is a huge risk that your vehicle might not perform the functions at its best. Even if drive at a slow speed, there is a significant chance that tire might blow out and cause injuries to people around.


Similarly, tires contain cords that make the function and contact of the vehicle with road convenient. In contrary to that, there are no cords on the sidewalls due to which cement patch keeps on leaking all the time. There is no way for the plug to cover tire puncture or hole in the sidewall of the tire.