If someone asked you how you’d fix a flat tire, you might say with a tire plug kit. But if you do not have one with you, how would that be possible on the trail? It has become very apparent over the years that even with a gentle driving prowess you can still get a nail or thorn in a tire that will release the wind within. There are also many objects in the trail that can unseat the bead of the tire or even cut the tread causing a flat. The term “snakebite” is when a rock pinches the tire sidewall between the rim and itself causing a small hole in the tire. This can possibly be temporarily repaired with a small tire plug kit. Maybe even allowing you to reach the truck for full on repair.