I’ve kerbed my alloy! What do I do now?
I’ve kerbed my alloy! What do I do now? Many of us have done it, we get ourselves a new car and before we know where all the corners are we catch the front nearside alloy on the kerb. It is usually the front nearside wheel that gets damaged first, either from poor parking, or because you get pushed onto the kerb by inconsiderate oncoming traffic. The tools in Peters van allow him to repair many of these sorts of damage and this is one he did for a Peugeot 308 driver.