If you’re in the middle of the road and suspect a tire puncture, then the first and foremost step in such case is to quickly get yourself away from the rush of traffic after safely pulling over. The next step is to handle your break in a careful manner with a tight grip and avoid applying it without slowing down the speed because it can cause loss of control. Tire puncture is mainly due to unfavorable or wet weather which damages the rubber and ultimately causes flatness of tire. Another common reason is riding with the low air pressure of a tire. While you are on the road, the following are some of the steps to repair the tire.
Repair Toolkit: This is the short-term but effective way of tire repair especially when one is left stranded. Tire toolkits are easy to carry or usually available under the seat within your gear. When you do not have many options, it’s convenient to repair tire by trying to plug with the help of cartridges to re-inflate the punctured tire. Moreover, using repair kit is not the safest way of tire repair and similarly, once plug repair has been applied, you won’t be able to fix the tire permanently.
Tire sealant: It is another method of tire repair in which tire sealant is used for fixing a tire puncture. TireCare Sealant the world’s first permanent tire sealant and the best tire sealant to fix a flat tire. The sealants can permanently seals up punctures up to 12mm. Although it requires a DIY process as you will have to manually apply the sealant into the tire, there is no need for you to jack, unscrew or replace the tire for as long as the sealant is in the tire.