Originally Posted by JSpira
If the tire shop is run flat certified, they should have known what to do.
Also, you can only repair the tires if you havenīt driven on them with no air in them. If you drove on them when they had no air, they cannot be repaired
and a certified RF shop can determine this.
Already had 2 flat tires and drive on it until I had them both plugged. No problems what so ever. Why would you not be able to get them fix with no air? Isn't that the whole idea to drive on them until you can get them fix?