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Extended Mobility in the event of Air Loss - More and more models of cars come with tires that are designed to operate for short distances without any air pressure. In combination with TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System), a run run-flat tire can save you from being stranded on the side of the road with a flat tire. Run Flat tires can be called ZP tires (Zero Pressure Tires) or SSS tires (tires with a Self-Supporting Structure). Regardless of the name, Run flat tires all have a thicker sidewall than a traditional tire. This sidewall is rigid enough so that it is not reliant on just air pressure to keep the rim of the wheel off the road surface for a short distance after air pressure loss due to a leak or puncture in the tread. Each manufacturer has recommendations for how long and at what speed you can drive after the TPMS notifies you of the air loss. A rough rule of thumb is no more than 50 miles at 50 mph. Many of the tires included in this section, have a run flat version and a non-run flat version. While the tires can be mounted on the same rim, you should never install a run flat tire on a wheel without a functioning TPMS devise in place.
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