If your tyre goes flat in the midst of a booking, there’s a quick fix! Some of the car models* come with a tyre inflator kit, which you can use to self-pump the tyre so that you may continue your trip. 💪

(* Only for Toyota Sienta, Honda Shuttle and Honda Grace)

If there are no obvious holes seen on the tyre and there isn't a gas station nearby, you may follow these steps:

  1. Locate the Tyre Inflator Kit, which can be found in the car's boot. There will be a lid to lift, as shown in the photo below


  2. Remove the valve cap from the tyre valve stem (make sure to keep it with you — don't lose it!)

  3. Attach the air hose onto the tyre valve stem. Screw it in until it is tight


  4. Detach the wire compressor and plug it into the cigarette charger in your car (usually located at the front of car's interior). Be careful not to pinch the cord in a door or window


  5. Ensure that the car's engine is turned on and turn the power system on


  6. Watch the gauge — once the pressure reaches 2.2, you may turn off the kit


  7. Unplug the compressor and unscrew the air hose from the tyre valve stem. Remember to put back the valve cap!

  8. Place the kit back in the compartment at the car's boot


Meanwhile, please still report the issue to us via Live Chat (tap on the green icon in the bottom left corner). Our ops team will head down to inspect and ensure that the car is in working condition once it's back at the home lot.

Stay safe, GetGoers! 💪

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