Tire Repair

Keep Your Fleet Rolling: Semi Truck & Trailer Tire Repair – Anywhere, Anytime | Truck Repair Directory

We Keep You Moving!

Downtime due to a flat tire can disrupt your entire operation. At Truck Repair Directory, we understand the importance of keeping your semi-trucks and trailers on the road. That's why we offer comprehensive semi truck and trailer tire repair services, both in our service shops and on-the-road through our mobile tire service.

Our Services:

  • Flat Tire Repair: Our technicians are highly skilled in repairing flat tires, including identifying and addressing punctures, performing patch repairs and plug repairs (see details below), and ensuring proper tire pressure.
  • In-Shop Repairs: Bring your semi-truck or trailer into one of our conveniently located service centers for expert tire repair by our qualified technicians.
  • 24/7 Mobile Tire Service: A flat tire on the road won't stop you for long. Our mobile tire service trucks are equipped to handle repairs roadside, minimizing your downtime.
  • Emergency Tire Repair: We understand that emergencies happen. Our 24/7 emergency tire repair service ensures you get the assistance you need, day or night.
  • Commercial Truck & Trailer Tire Expertise: Our team has the knowledge and experience to service all types of commercial truck and trailer tires, including various sizes and weight capacities.
  • Retreading: Get the most out of your casings with our retreading services. We use high-quality materials and adhere to strict industry standards to provide a cost-effective alternative to new tires.
  • Used or New Tire Installation: Need a replacement tire? We offer a wide selection of both new and used tires from major brands to fit your budget and needs.
  • National Tire Account Management: We understand the complexities of managing multiple vehicles across the country. We partner with major national tire account providers to simplify your billing and ensure consistent service across your fleet.

Truck & Trailer Tire Size Chart:

Here's a quick reference guide for common semi truck and trailer tire sizes:

Tire PositionTypical SizeDescription
Steering Tires295/75R22.5, 275/80R22.5These tires are designed for optimal handling and maneuverability.
Drive Tires11R22.5, 295/75R22.5Drive tires provide traction and power to propel the vehicle.
Trailer Tires235/75R17.5, 295/75R22.5Trailer tires support the weight of the cargo and ensure smooth rolling.

We service all major tire brands, including:

  • Michelin®
  • Goodyear®
  • Bridgestone®
  • Continental®
  • Yokohama®
  • Hankook®
  • Toyo®
  • And many more!

Looking for Budget-Friendly Options?

We also understand that some fleets operate on tight budgets. We carry a selection of high-quality, made-in-China semi truck tire brands to meet your needs, all while ensuring they meet industry safety standards. Ask our team about our competitively priced options!

Flat Tire Repair: Plug vs. Patch

There are two main methods for repairing flat tires:

  • Plug repairs: Plugs are suitable for small punctures in the tread area of the tire. They are a quick and cost-effective solution for minor damage.
  • Patch repairs: Patches are more comprehensive repairs that involve removing a section of the tire tread to access and address the puncture from the inside. Patch repairs are typically used for larger punctures or damage on the sidewall. Our technicians will assess the damage and recommend the most appropriate repair method for your specific situation.

Safety Tips for Maintaining Tires and Preventing Flats:

  • Regular Inspections: Perform regular visual inspections of your tires to identify any signs of damage, wear, or uneven tread wear.
  • Proper Inflation: Maintain proper tire pressure according to the manufacturer's recommendations. Underinflated tires are more susceptible to flats and blowouts.
  • Overloading: Avoid overloading your vehicle, as this can put excessive stress on the tires and increase the risk of damage.
  • Road Hazards: Be aware of road hazards like potholes and debris that can cause punctures.
  • Routine Maintenance: Schedule regular tire maintenance appointments to have your tires rotated, balanced, and aligned.

Why Choose Truck Repair Directory for Semi Truck & Trailer Tire Repair?

  • Extensive Network: With service centers across the USA
(844) 888-7587