It is always impractical to deflate in a car, and in many modern cars there is no spare wheel to find why you have to have help to get to a workshop, or make use of other emergency solutions in order to be able to run to the workshop.
A Danish driver on a tour in Norway chose to use a somewhat creative - and illegal - solution, since he was allegedly punctured.
It writes TV2 Norway, who have spoken with the Norwegian Jarle Teige, who discovered lappeløsningen on the Danish-registered car.
- It was really quite by accident that I saw it. But the orange border around the tab caught my attention. When I looked at it, I could almost not believe my own eyes, says Jarle Teige to the media.
Nordmandens reaction is caused by the fact, that the Danish driver had chosen to stick quite a common lap outside on the deck.
I could recognize the patch with the same. It is, of course, some we used when we repaired broken bikes in childhood, he says to TV2 Norway.
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the Tab sat on a deck on an Opel Astra with low profile tires. Photo: Jarle Teige
the Car with the somewhat alternative workaround was uk registered. Photo: Jarle Teige
Jarle Teige provide to Ekstra Bladet, that he thought that the solution was just creative enough,' when he spotted the Opel Astraen with the lug on the lavprofildækkene Thursday at noon in the city of Drammen.
And that is exactly what the Norwegian a point in.
According to TV2 Norway is in Norway is not legal to repair the damage in the sidewall with the repair kit and certainly not with what looks like a patch for a bicycle tube. In cases where there is damage to the sidewall, the entire deck is replaced, the stresses in the medium.
In Denmark, the law says according to the Færdselsstyrelsen, to 'tires, rims and wheel bearings m.v. must be undamaged,' and at home may only avail itself of the sealant and plugs, so you can drive the car to a garage to have repaired the damage.
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