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      12-02-2012, 09:40 PM   #17
jrob
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Runflats typically do not have the ride quality or handling characteristics of similarly priced non runflats. Unless you are extremely worried about having a blowout in your car then I would put your money on a good set of regular tires off Tirerack because you will get a much higher quality tire (purchased 4 sets of tires from here personally). In the rare event you have a blowout, most insurance companies cover roadside assist so you should be fine. Ask most enthusiasts and they will tell you to avoid runflats if possible especially considering their high price.