Originally Posted by Rayko
I keep a can of that flat tire stuff in the back. I haven't used it yet, hope I don't have to. I did need it on my Explorer once, worked great.
Don't use "fix-a-flat". It's corrosive and will trash wheels, especially alloy wheels, if not cleaned out soon, and thoroughly. I see it all the time. It's a pain in the ass to clean out, and it smells bad, and can make it hard to patch the tire. In fact, I charge a customer $10-$15 extra if my tire guy has to deal with a tire with fix a flat in it.