Have your car’s tyres ever been punctured by a nail, screw, or any other sharp object? If so, you are aware that it is a significant nuisance due to the high cost of having a tyre shop fix or replace it. Fortunately, if the tyre is otherwise in good shape, you could be able to fix the pump on your own!Maintaining optimum tyre pressure may enhance your car’s performance and fuel efficiency while minimising uneven tyre wear. You could be baffled as to how to inflate your tyres at home if you lack a portable air pump, though. It’s fortunate that a bike pump with a Schrader valve makes this task simple. A bike pump will work as long as the tyre is still firmly affixed to the bead.
Read on with Quick Tyre Services Ltd T/A to find the perfect solution and tips!
- Park on a clean, level area. Therefore, y ou may easily manoeuvre round your vehicle to fill up your tyres in an open parking space with nothing in your way. Your ability to balance and control your pump will be much easier by parking on a level surface.
- Delete the valve caps. Each tire’s valve cap will be located on the sidewall, near to the metal of the rear wheels rim. These caps often screw on. Remove the valve caps from each tyre.
- The ideal tyre pressure should be determined.
- With a tyre pressure gauge, check the tyre pressure. To obtain the most accurate reading, wait three hours after driving.
- To the tyre valve, secure your pump. Place the valve end of your bicycle pump on the tyre valve as you begin to inflate it. The valve’s back lever should be in contact with the hose while it is in the unlocked condition. Lift the lever to secure the pump valve onto the tyre valve after firmly pressing it against the tyre valve.
- Pump your tyre with air. Your bike pump’s pump bar should be consistently raised and lowered. It will take some effort and time to do this.
- If required, adjust the tyre pressure. Use your tyre pressure gauge or another instrument to drive the pin in the centre of the tyre valve to the side of the valve if you believe you may have overinflated your tyre. As a result, the tire’s pressure will drop, and air will be released.
- Fill the remaining tyres with air. As previously said, go from tyre to tyre inspecting, regulating, and inflating tyre pressure until all tyres are at the same pressure. Take your valve caps out of their container after all tyres are finished, then reattach them!
Now wasn’t that really straightforward!!? It really is a piece of cake, however for more accurate repairs contact our team at Quick Tyre Services Ltd T/A for a professional service, contact 07707 717000 or WhatsApp your location at the same number!