Run flats are structurally designed to work without additional inflation if they get a puncture, and the first indication that they’re damaged is usually from on-board your Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). As the name suggests, run flat tyres are designed to operate at low speeds for a limited time following a puncture. This enables you to drive safely to a garage so that a professional can inspect the tyre and replace it if necessary.
Like all temporary emergency tyre repair products, Holts Tyreweld should not be used on run flat tyres. If your run flat tyre suffers a puncture we advise you to take it to a professional mechanic for an immediate assessment. This is the best way to ensure your tyre is safe, legal and roadworthy.
For other types of tyre, including motorbikes, Tyreweld gives you peace of mind that you can get safely back on the road in minutes after a puncture. Find out more about Tyreweld and our other emergency repair products here.