How to Change a Flat Tire

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Mechanics will tell you that even the cheapest tires should last you 75,000 to 100,000 miles on average when they are properly rotated. It is estimated that the average person drives 15,000 miles a year. Even with the long lifespan of most tires, statistics should show that you will inevitably succumb to a flat tire on the road sooner or later. The good news is replacing a flat tire is a fairly simple task and should not be a source of dread on your commute.