Can a tire have two plugs?
If the hole is on the sidewall of the tire, you can’t plug it.
You can only plug a tire on the treaded areas.
If your tire has more than 5 plugged holes, including the one you did it today, you should buy a new tire..
How many plugs are in a tire?
The guidelines for Michelin, BFGoodrich and Uniroyal tires allow up to three patch-plug repairs per tire in the tread area. However, punctures must be at least 90 degrees around the tire from each other.
Can you plug a tire that has already been plugged?
NEVER repair a tire that has an existing, improper repair; the tire must be scrapped. A plug by itself or a patch by itself is an unacceptable repair. NEVER perform an outside-in tire repair or on-the-wheel repair.
How long can you drive on a tire with a plug?
about seven to ten yearsLots of tire experts agree that you can drive with a plug for about seven to ten years. But you should not aim for this, just to avoid buying a new tire. Since the tire has already been punctured, the tire is at a higher risk of another yet another puncture- causing a blowout. Yes, that plug may last you a few months.