Slime Power Spair – The Tire Repair Kit Your Car Should Have Come With

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I’ve found that lately, more and more cars aren’t offering spare tires. Usually, it’s to provide more trunk space. Volkswagen is currently advertising that it has “more trunk space than ever!” The reason for that is because they’ve completely gotten rid of their spare tire.

So, because of this, I think it’s essential that everyone should have a tire repair kit in their car. Because one day, you might find yourself stranded at the side of the road, and AAA can’t come find you because your cell phone has no reception. Or as happened to Amber (my Wife) she went to the local elementary school, to pick our son and his friend up from school. She went into the school to get the kids and when she came back, her tire was flat. It was a really hot southern California day, and she was not happy about the situation. Luckily one of our friends was there, and his Chevy Volt had come with a kit like the Slime Kit. He used it on her tire, and she was on her way in 5 minutes.

That made a bad situation INSTANTLY better.

I's Why's

  • One of the most comprehensive tire repair kits available
  • Comes with Slime sealant and a 12v tire inflator
  • About the size of a lunch box

Personally, I recommend the Slime Power Spair Tire Repair Kit. It’s one of the most comprehensive kits you can get, with plugs and a T-handle reamer. But, most importantly it has Slime, which is a sealant that goes over the hole and fills it in, and a 12V tire inflator, which works like a little air compressor. I like this one as I use the inflator when my tires are low, and I can fill them anywhere. And its able to inflate my tires to the 42PSI recommended inflation. I have used them on my run flats as well as regular tires. They did no damage to my TPMS sensors.

The whole thing is just a little bigger than a lunch box, so you can toss it in your trunk without a problem. The Power Spair Kit can run anywhere from $60-$80, depending on when you buy it.

If all of those extras are not things you would use save your money and get the Slime Smart Spair Kit or the Fix-A-Flat Ultimate 1-Step Tire Repair Kit. They don’t have all of the bits and pieces, but they do have the essentials of a sealant and tire pump. Plus, they run between $20-$30. They will inflate your tires to 35 PSI.

In the end, it doesn’t matter what kit you get. The most important thing is that you have something to fix your tire if you’re stuck on the road with a flat and no cell coverage.

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