Tel: 015395 66029
Agricultural Mobile Service Only: 07813 693355

Unit 2a Rural Auction Centre, Crooklands, Milnthorpe, Cumbria LA7 7FP
(just off J36 of the M6)

Our opening hours are Monday - Friday 8.30am - 5pm.
Closed Saturdays & Sundays and Bank Holidays.

Mobile Service

Dalesway Tyres provide a Mobile Service to the Agricultural, Industrial and Plant Industry where reasonable access can be obtained, subject to a Call Out Charge of £35 + VAT. Please contact 07813 693355. Please have your Tyre size available when you call.

Our service in convenient, practical and friendly.

We will look at the implications of repairing your puncture on whatever the vehicle. However, we do have to consider the factors which may have led to the puncture and the period of time the Tyre may have been run flat for.

Dalesway Tyres Mobile Servicing Van

More Info

Repairing a Tyre is not as straightforward as you first may think. It may be more cost effective than replacing it, however not all Tyres can be repaired. Tyre repairs are covered under the British Standard BSAU159f and are split into 2 categories – minor repairs and major repairs. This standard defines limits to the location, size and number of repairs that can be carried out and makes recommendations also on the repair materials to be used.

To help the chances of your puncture being repairable the most important thing that you can do is NOT to drive on the Tyre when it is flat. Driving for even a short distance on a flat Tyre can make it un-repairable.

Our Mobile Fitters will always check your Tyre thoroughly to assess whether or not it is safe to be repaired. Safety is paramount, and should we deem the Tyre unfit to repair, you will be advised. There are many reasons (which aren’t always obvious to the untrained eye), why not all Tyres can be repaired.

Should your Tyre not be repairable the reason why will be explained to you by our technicians. There are British Standard guidelines that we have to adhere to and therefore the Tyre will require a thorough inspection to examine it for any signs of damage, which, if not diagnosed, could later result in sudden Tyre failure.