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Tire Repair 1

Quiz by Jeffrey Carpenter

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  • Q1
    What kind of tire damage can be repaired?
    Tire with multiple punctures less than 16 inches apart
    Punctured tire in the tread area measuring less than 1/4 inch (6mm)
    Tire with a puncture larger than 1/4 inch (6mm)
    Punctured tire in the sidewall or shoulder
  • Q2
    Can you repair a run-flat tire?
    Yes, regardless of the tire pressure
    Yes, if you have a flat tire
    No, if driven on with less than 15PSI
    No, only if the tire is completely flat
  • Q3
    Can tires with side bubbles be repaired?
    Yes, if the tire has not been driven on
    No, they cannot be repaired
    Yes, as long as the bubble is small
    No, they should be replaced
  • Q4
    Can you repair tires that have existing repairs?
    Yes, as long as there are no overlapping repairs
    No, never repair a tire that has been previously repaired
    Yes, if the new damage does not overlap with the previous repair
    No, all previously repaired tires should be replaced
  • Q5
    Can you repair a tire after a car accident?
    No, it should be replaced
    No, it should always be replaced
    Yes, if the tire can still hold air
    Yes, if the tire is not visibly damaged
  • Q6
    Should you use sealants or emergency inflators?
    No, they can cause further damage
    No, they are not long-term solutions
    Yes, they are effective in repairing tire damage
    Yes, they provide a permanent seal
  • Q7
    When can you patch up a flat tire?
    Never, patching is not a valid solution
    Only when the hole is small
    Anytime, patching alone is sufficient
    When combined with a plug for some tire punctures
  • Q8
    Should a tire be repaired or replaced after a car accident?
    Repaired only if the damage is minor.
    It depends on the severity of the accident.
  • Q9
    What are the drawbacks of using sealants or emergency inflators?
    They are ineffective for slow leaks or small holes.
    They can freeze, damage the tire pressure monitoring system, and are ineffective for serious tire damage.
    They can only be used once.
    They can cause tire explosions.

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