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Plug #RunFlats

Run flats do not get plugged. I knew this. That’s why I went to a friend of a friend’s shop to get it done. If I had gone to a random tire shop, they would have had me pay for a new tire, which I knew I didn’t have to do. With all the construction going on around our home, I knew it was just our luck to get a huge as nail stuck in the tire. But once it starts to leak air, I will need to replace the tire. Looking to spend about $500, dammit! Maybe I should have gotten the tire protection when I signed the lease on Troy!

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