Rubber and Tampa Florida
As my father has pointed out I seem to have had some fairly craptastic events when it comes to tires on my truck in Florida.
To date, I've had a blowout, had to replace all four (needed to be done anyway,) had to have three tires plugged from hitting nails, had to have one tire replaced from a punctured sidewall, and today had to have a slow leak fixed from, you guessed it, another nail.
This has all been within a three-and-a-half year time span.
The slow-leak fix today cost me $30. But heck, it's better than spending $60 on a new tire.
I'm happy to have a AAA membership as I've used it several times for the flats that have happened. 🙂
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