Is it OK to drive on a flat tire?
No. Do not drive on a flat tire. However, it may be necessary to travel a short distance on a flat tire when pulling over to the side of the road. But driving on a flat tire is a surefire way to put your passengers at risk and seriously damage your vehicle.
How long can I drive on a flat tire?
The limit is 50 miles just right after the tire got punctured. However, you must prepare for any potential damage to your car. However, flat tires shouldn’t be driven long distances. You’ll risk damaging your vehicle more, notably the wheels, brakes, and other parts such as your suspension and steering system.
How much does it cost to fix a flat tire?
Having a flat fixed by a tire or repair shop typically costs $30-$60 to repair. For an industrial tire, if the tire damage is too severe or located in an area of the tire that cannot safely be repaired, a single replacement tire typically costs $110-$750.