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TIRE REPAIR SYSTEM SAFETY

Make sure the following warnings have been read and fully understood before using the tire repair system. Failure to follow the guidance given could affect vehicle safety, leading to serious injury or death.

WARNING

Some tire damage may only be partially sealed, or may not seal at all, depending on the amount and type of damage. Any loss of tire pressure can seriously affect vehicle safety.

WARNING

Do not use the tire repair system if the tire has been damaged by driving while under-inflated.

WARNING

Check the tire's sidewall before inflating the tire. If any cracks, damage, or deformities are apparent, do not inflate the tire.

WARNING

Watch the tire's sidewall during inflation. If any cracks, bumps, or similar damage or deformities appear, switch off the compressor and deflate the tire. Do not continue to use the tire.

WARNING

Do not exceed 50 mph (80 km/h) when a repaired tire is fitted to the vehicle.

WARNING

The maximum distance that should be driven when a repaired tire is fitted is 124 miles (200 km).

WARNING

When a repaired tire is fitted, drive with caution. Avoid sudden braking or steering maneuvers.

WARNING

Only use the tire repair system for the vehicle with which it was supplied.

WARNING

Do not use the tire repair system for any other purpose than tire repair.

WARNING

Only use the tire repair system within the -22°F to 158°F (-30°C to +70°C) temperature range.

WARNING

Always keep children and animals at a safe distance from the tire repair system when in use.

WARNING

Always monitor the tire repair system at a safe distance from the compressor. Do not stand directly beside the compressor when it is operating.

WARNING

Never leave the tire repair system unattended when in use.