Alloy wheels are a fantastic feature on any car, but the demands of driving can soon mean that your car requires an alloy wheel refurbishment.
Dublin, as with other busy cities, is a particularly tough environment for alloy wheels as they can be easily damaged by city centre driving. Loose road surfaces, potholes, tight parking spots, minor accidents and extreme weather conditions can all take their toll on your alloys. Below we take a look at the top benefits of having your wheels refurbished.
1) Refurbishing can be cheaper than replacing your wheels
In fact, choosing to refurbish your alloys can actually be up to ten times cheaper than replacing them. It is also much quicker and easier to simply choose an alloy wheel refurbishment. Leeds customers, and those in the surrounding area, can choose from a range of services tailored to suit your wheels from basic blast cleaning to complete refurbishment.
2) A new alloy coating is more resilient than the original
Your car will have looked great when you first bought it but unfortunately, even if you bought a new car, you could find that the alloy coating on the wheels was not of the highest standard and it might be time to go for an alloy wheel refurbishment. Leeds drivers may find that city driving has left the wheels on their new or used car in need of some attention. Refurbishing your existing wheels is the solution as the alloy coating used on your alloys during refurbishment is likely to be more resilient than that of your original wheels which means you can enjoy smarter alloys for longer.
3) You can choose the colour of your alloys
Silver alloys look great but then as they are the standard colour choice they’re quite common. Coordinating the colour of your car paintwork with that of your alloy wheels will bring a fresh look to your vehicle and really personalise your car. Changing the colour of your alloy wheels is a much cheaper option to buying a new car if you are looking for a new look from your vehicle and you can even choose from a two tone effect or multiple colour effects for a truly unique look.
4) Any kerb damage can be removed
Driving into kerbs when parking or pulling over or driving over potholes can soon cause scrapes, cracks and chips to your alloys and these are a prime reason to consider wheel refurbishment. Leeds drivers will know that tight parking spaces and heavy traffic can lead to having to pull in or park quickly and in inconvenient places which means that your alloy wheels may become damaged by kerbs. Damage to your alloys, from light scuffs to significant cracks, can be easily repaired to leave your wheels looking smooth and as good (if not better) than new.