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Last updated 23/03/2020
Made famous by BMW, run flat tyres are a somewhat polarising product. Many sing their praises, while others passionately oppose them. We’re going to take you through everything you need to know about run flat tyres, including what they are and how they work. We’ll even fill you in on why they’re considered so controversial.
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Run flat, or self-supporting, tyres are specially designed to continue working after punctures or experiencing a loss of pressure. With a run flat tyre, you can drive for up to 80 kilometres (at speeds of up to 80km p/h) after the puncture, after which we recommend you visit your mycar store for further assistance. This eliminates the need for carrying around a spare tyre, which can end up saving you money on petrol over time.
The sidewalls on run flat tyres are reinforced with rubber inserts so that they’re capable of carrying the weight of the car after a puncture. With regular tyres, the air is what holds the vehicle up, making it impossible to continue driving with a flat.
You might be wondering what the downsides could be, considering run flat tyres eliminate the possibility of being stranded on the side of the road with a flat tyre. As with anything, there are some trade-offs and the run flat tyre is no exception.
If you drive a car that wasn’t designed with run flat tyres in mind, it’s not always a simple switch. You will have to make some adjustments, but in general, yes, it is definitely possible. Some things to keep in mind if you want to switch to run flat tyres:
This is generally not recommended by car manufacturers, however, it’s certainly possible. In the case of a puncture it may even be necessary if the closest tyre repairer doesn’t happen to provide run flat tyres. If you’re planning to make a permanent switch, consult one of our experienced technicians for advice on your particular car make and model.
If your car is due for a service or needs any kinds of mechanical repair, then call us on 13 13 28 to book a service, or here to find your nearest store..
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Everything you need to know about run flat tyres
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