Going for gas at lunch today and had my first blow out.
RunFlats did their job.
I made it to the Gas Station, pulled out my trusty can of Fix-A-Flat (which I learned about carrying from the Toolkit thread) used it and continued back to work.
After work I made it to one of two Goodyear stores that can work on Runflats and too my comfort there is a Black CTS-V in the parkling lot on 20"s.
I'm comforted by the thought that they may be able to get the tire on and off with out scratching up my wheels.
After trying to sale me the same set of wheels, and plugging my hole in the tire, they told me that I'm not supposed to use Fix a flat on these tires because it burns out the TPS. IS THIS TRUE?
If so why would Fix a flat be a must have in the spare tire wheel?
Now I'm going through the tire threads trying to find the best Tires to buy.
I'm seriously leaning towards runflats again. That was so cool not having to jump out in the rain and deal with a flat, just keep on drivin!