Originally Posted by JUSKIDN
thats good to hear because I hear that when you get a flat and you drive with it flat it will get you there but it damages the sidewall and then the tire has to be replaced.
It is true that if you "run-on-flat" you are using up the tire's integrity.
Repairs should only be carried out where the run-flat capability has NOT been used up and the tire compromised.
If in any doubt, the tire should be inspected (including internally) for evidence of soundness or disintegration.