Giving you the confidence for all terrains

When going off road, Magic Mobility’s knobby tyres are the best choice to get you where you need to go. While uneven terrain and sharp objects can damage your tyres or cause leaks, Magic Mobility has designed puncture resistant tyre liners that help you avoid flat tyres and take the stress away.

Made from an Aramid Fibre-reinforced rubber compound, the tyre liners have been specially designed to manage tough terrain, even at low pounds per square inch (PSI). And our customers can’t get enough of them!

When going off road, it’s important to adjust your tyre pressure to suit the terrain you’re on.

Puncture resistant tyre liners help prevent punctures

Puncture resistant tyre liners give users more confidence when going off road

On less stable terrain like sand, snow or mud, a greater surface area will help you safely through so we’d recommend lowering your tyre pressure.

Some tyre liners won’t accommodate low tyre pressures, and will only run at one PSI. We worked with an Australian rubber manufacturer to create a tyre liner that will prevent punctures at normal or low PSI.

Magic Mobility’s tyre liners give users the confidence to explore off road areas. Frontier V6 All Terrain user Tom from Washington, USA, takes his powerchair off road, through the backwoods. Tom says when he’s out there, it’s totally rejuvenating for his spirit and soul.

In addition to helping you tackle uneven terrain, the puncture resistant tyre liners will prevent punctures from everyday hazards like broken glass, thumbtacks and prickles/thorns.

Watch the video below to see the tyre liners in action:

Are you interested in fitting tyre liners to your chair? Contact us and we’ll put you in touch with your nearest dealer.

Please note that all Magic Mobility powerchairs have electric motors and must never be driven through water, into rivers, creeks or the sea.

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