You might discover that you have a flat tyre while your car is on your driveway, or you might even notice a slow puncture while you’re driving. Either way, you shouldn’t be driving on a flat tyre because you may cause further damage. So, if you’re driving, find a suitable and safe place to stop your car as soon as possible.
If you’re able to find the cause of your flat tyre and can use a temporary repair kit or temporary tyre sealant to fix it yourself, you should be able to drive a short distance to you’re a local tyre dealer where they will be able to either fully repair it or advise you on a replacement.
Alternatively, if you have a spare tyre, you can replace the punctured tyre with your spare tyre and drive onwards to a local tyre dealer to fix or replace the punctured tyre.