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I thought Drive guard tires could not be repaired and put back into service anyway, once they have been driven on without pressure. The sidewalls get sacrificed when driven like that. Good thing you got the road hazard warranty. Also be careful about your total mileage while waiting for the replacement. I think they are limited to 50 miles when flat.
 

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...Man, wtf is up with RR's and punctures.
Maybe it is because the RR is the tire that gets closest to the edge of the road when turning. The rear tires track inside of the front tires when turning, and right turns (in most of the world) are normally done by the edge of the roadway (rightmost lane). Maybe the small debris that causes punctures tends to accumulate by the edge of the road.
 
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