Wheel Repair

Making sure your vehicle lasts for the long haul is part and parcel of ensuring your wheels are in good health. At Collision 24, we’ve written how often you should schedule wheel repair, giving tips on what the best options are for your car.

We look forward to our customers in and around the communities of Brockton, Randolph, and Stoughton, MA, learning more about these important facts.

Our Cutting-Edge Service Center

Wheel Repair

Whether it's wheel repair or realignment you need, make sure to come to our service center first. We are staffed by a terrific team of certified technicians who have shared amongst themselves decades of experience to ensure that you get only the highest quality service. When it comes down to dealing with your wheels, we’re extremely experienced with:

  • Chroming
  • Welding
  • Coating and Polishing
  • Rim Straightening

With our expert technicians and state-of-the-art service center, you can put your trust in us when it comes to taking care of your vehicle.

Different Kinds of Wheel Repair

Wheel Repair

We offer a variety of wheel repair services to our customers. Here, we’ll talk about a few of the most common, but not all, of the services we can offer you.

Sometimes a collision can bend your wheels out of shape or wheels accumulate rust due to the natural elements. In fact, alloy wheels tend to get cracked near the outer rim if you go over a speed bump or curb too fast or with too much force.

Our technicians will address each situation and create the right work plan for it. Sometimes, it might require a total wheel replacement because the wheel is simply beyond repair. Other times, we can weld it back into working condition. You can trust our team to get to the heart of the matter in a prompt, professional manner.

How Often Should I Schedule a Wheel Repair?

Wheel Repair

When they receive damage is the obvious answer to the question, but that’s not quite the full story. As a rule of thumb, most experts agree that every car should be serviced at least once every 12 months or if it has reached 12,000 miles first. However, if you are a power user, consider cutting the above in half to six months or 6,000 miles.

You’ll want to focus on preventative maintenance above all else. Inside your owner’s manual, there is a maintenance schedule that outlines the exact milestones that call for wheel servicing or replacement. Working with us on this schedule ensures that you can catch a potential problem before it blossoms into something more dangerous. For those without access to an owner’s manual, we advise following the rule of thumb above. 

Schedule Your Service Today!

Now that our customers in Brockton, Randolph, and Stoughton, Massachusetts, know more about when it's time to schedule wheel repair, it’s time to act. When you notice that your rims are out of shape, a crack in your wheel has appeared, or more, make sure to call us to schedule a wheel repair service at Collision 24!