Use A Puncture Guard Tyre Sealant To Continue Having A Good Driving Day
It’s a beautiful day out and you decide that you want to go driving. Everything looks in order with your car; you check the oil and tyres and proceed to get out of the house to enjoy the day. You don’t worry about anything going wrong and why should you? Yet, as you drive, you suddenly feel your tyre go flat and the car leaning to one side. You pull over and wonder how in the world this could have happened. You look and see a nail sticking out of your tyre. Now what do you do?
Guess what? If you had some kind of puncture guard in your tyres beforehand, you wouldn’t be sitting on the side of the road now. You wouldn’t be wondering how your day started out so good with a good drive, only to end up costing you a fair amount of money because you have to call a tow truck and purchase a brand new tyre.
Puncture guard come in a variety of ways but one of the best is tyre sealants such as the ever-popular Careway. How can a tyre sealant like Careway keep your day going good even when you have a tyre puncture? Careway works by protecting your tyres before they have been compromised.
Consider this… if you had had the sealant inside the tyres before you went out driving, the nail might have still penetrated it but it certainly wouldn’t have left you on the side of the road. Instead, the sealant would have been forced by the tyre’s air pressure to seal the hole, enabling you to continue driving until you’re able to make your way to a tire repair shop.
So when you install Careway, you must use it before you go riding anywhere to give your tyres a puncture guard from foreign items. Bear in mind that you’ll need to install it and then go riding for about five miles so that it doesn’t thicken and clump. Think of Careway as road proofing your tyres for possible problems down the way; sort of like baby proofing your home before the baby starts learning how to crawl.