The most common cause of a tyre puncture could be slow or rapid deflation of a tyre, depending on its size, due to a sharp object penetrating it, while on the go. Other factors that could cause a tyre puncture are:
- Failure of a tyre’s valve stern.
- Breakage of the link between a tyre and rim owing to a collision with an external object.
- Excessively worn out tread that could result in an explosive tyre failure or debris from the road tearing through the tyre.
- Neglected cuts and driving through sharp objects like nails and bolts on the terrain.