There are numerous reasons your tire could have gone flat. You could have run over a sharp object that may have punctured your tire and didn’t realize it until your tire is flat. Another cause could be a tire could deflate due to damage to your valve stem. Possibly when you hit the curb, yes, admit it, we have all done a curb check or two. When you rub against it, it could rip the tire or run the curb over it could cause separation of the rim and tire. Then there’s running on old tires that are threadbare. When you have excessive wear on your tire, you are at risk of having a blowout. I don’t know if you’ve even had a blowout, but boy are they scary and dangerous. Checking your tires for threadbare and tire pressure is essential to do regularly to keep you and your family safe.
The great news is Bozeman Road Rescue provides tire change services to motorists in Bozeman, Montana, and the surrounding areas. You can call us whether your tire is flat or if it’s low. Our trained tow truck operators would be happy to provide you with air in your tire. We adhere to the highest safety measures to keep you, your family, and your car safe by following the tires manufacture air pressure recommendation when helping you with your low or flat tire.
Whether you need a flat tire changed or any one of our other towing with a flatbed services, or roadside assistance, you genuinely have a friend in our team here at Bozeman Road Rescue. Give us a call. We are always ready and willing to help you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.