Hey gang, I’m about to take my first long road trip in my Model 3 and am curious what the flat tire procedure should be other than calling roadside assistance. Any tips? I have a tire repair/plug kit and an air compressor. Now I’m wondering if there’s enough room between the tire and the wheel well to use the repair kit tools (the drill-like tool to enlarge the hole and the tool to actually insert the plug). I’m thinking probably not. So now I’m thinking I would most likely have to remove the wheel/tire from the car in order to plug a hole with the kit. I’ve got a set of the jack pads but don’t have a jack. Now I’m debating just taking the scissor jack out of my other car for this trip in case I need to use it under the jack pad to remove the wheel. But then I’m also a little hesitant to leave the car raised by just the jack while I perform the tire repair since normally you’d just be swapping a spare tire in and wouldn’t be dependent on the scissor jack for so long. Anybody have any thoughts or ideas? I’m hoping to have some type of repair solution just so I’m not entirely dependent on roadside assistance. Then the next question is... if the tire is beyond repair where do you get one of these tires with the special Tesla foam inside? Seems like I may end up having to buy some random tire in a pinch and then switch it back once I get home and can order the special kind. I might end up accumulating a lot of non-foam tires this way!