If you live out in the country, chances are you do plenty of driving on long stretches of empty, unpopulated roads, many of which don't have cell service. If so, you might want to consider leaving a can of Fix-A-Flat tire spray in your vehicle to prevent you from getting stranded by a flat tire. Fix-A-Flat is easy to use — just attach the included hose to your valve stem — and it patches tire punctures and inflates the tire enough to get the wheel off the ground.
Fix-A-Flat's aerosol spray might just be the easiest way to patch up a tire, just connect the hose to your tire and to the spray can and you're ready to use! It seals small punctures and inflates the tire enough to get the rim off the ground. Fix-A-Flat is only intended as a temporary repair, but here in the West where you often have to drive long stretches of empty roads, it should be enough to get you home or into town.
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