Learn how to Fix a Flat Tire yourself so you can get back on the road! I show the entire process of fixing a flat tire from how to inflate the flat tire, how to find the leak in the tire, to how to plug the tire so you can fill it up with air and drive on it safely.
The process of fixing it yourself is relatively straightforward and requires only a few tools.If the car is in your driveway with a flat tire, a tire plug is the best way to temporarily get the car moving again.
You need to remove the tire from the car and find a clean flat area to work. Tire plug repair kits are readily available at auto parts stores as well as big box discounters like Target.
Stuff it into the rounded hole, and remove any excess material. Give it a second to seal up, then fill up the tire with air.A tire plug can last for quite a long time but it is a good idea to get the tire patched professionally as soon as possible.