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Can I drive with a punctured tyre?


It is not recommended to drive with a punctured tyre. A punctured tyre can cause a loss of air pressure, which can lead to poor handling and control of the vehicle.

This can be especially dangerous at high speeds or in adverse weather conditions.

As well as the safety aspects, a punctured tyre can cause further damage to the tyre, wheel, and even the suspension of the vehicle.

How long can I drive on a punctured tyre?

It's difficult to give an exact time frame as it depends on the severity of the puncture and the condition of the tyre.

However, in general, it's best to avoid driving on a punctured tyre for any longer than necessary.

If a puncture happens when you are driving, pull over and stop as soon and safely as you can.

If you notice a flat tyre before you start driving, do not attempt to drive the car.

get the tyre repaired or replaced as soon as possible.