The correct terminology is “runflat tires”. These “runflats” allow a vehicle, generally, to travel up to 60 miles after the tire has been deflated. The Run-flat’s purpose is to allow the vehicle to travel on a tire once flattened by providing a roller/band within a tire as well as keeps the tire on the rim. With the tire safely on the rim, the vehicle is still able to have traction allowing the vehicle to continue to drive away from the “danger zone”.
See a video demo on “What’s Inside” runflats here.
See our option package on runflats here.