Roadside Services

Roadside Services

Roadside Services Tires

So when a truck experiences a tire blowout on the road

Roadside Services Tires  will promptly send our service mechanic to assess and repair the issue.

Our mechanic will arrive on the scene with the necessary equipment, including a tire jack and a spare tire.

The first step is to remove the damaged tire and inspect the rim to ensure it is in good condition.

Mechanic will then mount the spare tire onto the rim and secure it tightly.

Before leaving, we will also check the air pressure in the spare tire, ensuring it is inflated to the recommended pressure.

If the damaged tire cannot be repaired on site, we will remove it and bring it to their shop for further inspection and possible repair.

We are confident in our team of highly skilled professionals who are dedicated to providing the best assistance to our valued customers.

You can count on us to be available in the following areas:

Perris, Rainbow, Banning, San Onofre, Yorba Linda, Riverside, San Bernardino counties and surrounding cites.

Our service radius spans across all of these locations guaranteeing you uncompromising confidence when you require roadside assistance.

Flat tire, dead battery, or any other unexpected event—you name it; we got you covered! Allow us to step in and provide a helping hand, and you can rest assured knowing that our team will always provide efficient and reliable service. Thank you for choosing SCOC Roadside Services Areas – we confidently await your call.

  • Blowouts

    Some main reasons causing...
    Blowout: A blowout is a sudden and complete tire failure that can be caused by overheating, overloading, or hitting an obstacle on the road.

  • Flats

    Some main reasons causing...
    A flat tire is a common truck tire emergency that can occur due to punctures, cuts or tears in the tire.

  • Sidewall damage

    Some main reasons causing...
    Sidewall damage can be caused by impact with a curb, pothole or other road hazards. It may lead to tire puncture or failure.

  • Bent rims

    Some main reasons causing...
    Bent rims are often the result of hitting a pothole, curb or obstacle on the road. Bent rims can cause uneven tire wear, vibration, pulling to one side, and even tire failure.

Roadside Services Tires