Hello All, So as I consider a road trip here of there in the Tesla I am faced with some questions around what to do in the event of a flat tire. I know i have the option of a spare tire (in the frunk - mine is RWD) with a bottle jack and (big) wrench for the (12plbs ft tight) lugs, but I'd also like to pursue the "plug it and re-inflate it" option. I am not interested in the "fix-a-flat" slime cans. My one experience (a couple of years ago) with those little cigarette lighter powered 12v pumps was pretty unexciting. They will either blow the fuse in the pump, the car, just flat out fail, or take forever (or all of the above). I know Tesla actually sells their own for $50 or so which tells me that pump has to be uber cheap. Some of the slightly better pumps on amazon from VIAIR look to be a bit better, but given their current draw most seem to be better when run directly off of the battery vs . the cigarette lighter. Below is one for $50. Example of VIAIR Pump https://www.amazon.com/VIAIR-85P-Portable-Air-Compressor/dp/B0036E9VB6/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8 There are even more powerful 12 volt pumps (which can be hundreds of dollars), but then you get into some iffy areas with the Tesla's little battery. I think it has crazy low amperage if I'm not mistaken. Most of these pumps recommend you have the "engine" running to provide juice from the alternator (um...oops). Another option would be to carry some form of compressed air. Honestly, something like a can of fix-a-flat WITHOUT the the goo might be ideal. Alternatively, I could carry a small 5 gallon tank of compressed air per the link below). 5 gallon air tank from Harbor Freight (note: I actually have this tank) 5 gal. Portable Air Tank So, my choices seem to be: 1. Take my chance with a cheap compressor (both in terms of the compressor and Tesla's battery). 2. Cart around the 5 gallon tank - It could go in the frunk which might make me feel safer than having it in the hatch area. Thoughts? Other options? Note: I do realize the "spare tire" is the best option since it allows me to deal with the blowout situation that a tire repair won't handle.