How Many Flat Tires Occur in The United States?
Approximately 7 tire punctures occur every second! Resulting in 220 million flat tires per year. Statistics also show that every driver will experience on average up to 5 flat tires in their lifetime.
This results in 220 million flat tires per year. Statistics also show that every driver will experience on average up to 5 flat tires in their lifetime.
Tires have been around for over a century. Spare tires have been equipped on to vehicles for decades, and the only extended mobility solution offered by car makers. A spare tire requires you to take the punctured tire off the wheel and change it for the spare. Today, there are some cars that don't even carry a spare! With the Stop & Go Tire Plugger you don't have to take the tire off in order to fix most punctures. Saving you time and hassle.
As for roadside assistance, the tire change is done by a third party. Depending on where you are, it can take more than 30 minutes for roadside assistance to arrive or they might be able to reach where you are stranded. When you need to get somewhere fast, using the tire plugger is the way to go. Plus, it's much more affordable than paying for roadside assistance.
When it comes to those aerosol tire inflators, they can cause more harm to your tire than what the picture did. It can damage the Tire Pressure Monitor System that most cars have now. It can only be used once and is not safe to use when you are in a climate that drops below freezing temperatures.
Best of all, the tire plugger works on RVs!