how deep are your pockets, could put road legal sticky tyres on it ie really track tyres bit they dont last very well on road use,Thanks I agree, did a Track day with the run flats, ?
What tires would suggest ?
or carry a puncture repair kit with you might be a good idea after removing run flats wonder how the law see run flats ie your tyre goes flat that makes its unroadworthy but still keep driving to garage or home maybe. as even run flats effect the breaking on any car in a big way,, wonder if law see them on a basis that when have blow out its a controlled blow out and are really for pulling over safely and not really driving on after the fact or its fine to keep driving on,, i know someone who did just that kept driving for over 20 miles had a accident after getting pulled over a few hours earlier by plod, never did find out what happened at court,Terrible, until you have a flat in the middle of no where.
i've owned many cars have worked on many cars and have recovered on break down many cars and not many have been for punctures a lot have been timing chain and timing belt failures or clutch failures that said the same people who had these failures only had happen a few times in 10 years and mainly on ill serviced and maintained cars,, ie a good garage when a car comes in dont just do what is asked of them but also casts a eye over it and try's help from future failures, or maybe thats juts my way i was always taught year ago,, ironically some customer wrongly might feel this is just a garage looking for things to fix,, until they do break down in middle of no where,, even a worn out tyre can ruin someones day in some way,Am going to check out the You Pull junk yard to see if I can get a spare to carry along