Kerb marks, scuffs and scratched alloy wheel edges or spokes are repairable
Diamond cut alloy rim surfaces suffering from corrosion or scratches are repairable.
Flat spots caused by potholes or kerbs can be repaired, even if the rim is slightly buckled.
Light cracks and fractures are safely repairable by welding prior to the normal repair process.
It is generally not safe nor feasible to repair alloy rims with missing chunks of alloy.
The details above are a guide to what we can repair, and what can't be repaired. Whilst some repairs are not feasible economically, we will never repair an alloy wheel if afterwards it would be considered unsafe. All wheel rims are tested for buckles as part of the repair process.
Complete our online alloy wheel estimate form, sending us photos of the damage, and we'll let you know if a repair is possible.