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Your Guide to Run Flat Tyres

Run Flat tyres allow you to keep driving even after a puncture, giving you the time to find a tyre depot or a safe spot to replace your tyre. However, it’s important to note that run-flat tyres aren’t meant to be driven on indefinitely. To know how far and fast you can go on them, it’s best to check the manufacturer’s website.

Run flat tyres have reinforced sidewall construction to support your vehicle even after losing air pressure. This allows you to continue driving up to a certain distance and speed specified by the manufacturer.

Most run-flat tyres can keep your car running up to 50 miles (80 km) at a maximum speed of 50 mph (80 km/h), even after losing some or all of the inflation pressure.

The main benefit of run flat tyres is that you don’t have to replace a flat tyre in dangerous or uncomfortable conditions. Unlike conventional tyres that require immediate replacement or towing, run flat tyres allow you to drive to a safer location.

In a puncture situation, run flats are more stable than conventional tyres. Since they’re made to support your vehicle even when they contain no air, run flat tyres will help you maintain better control in a complete air loss situation than conventional tyres.

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