Don’t Let Flat Tires Let You Down

Scotty Kilmer, mechanic for the last 47 years, shows a great little air compressor that you can carry in your car. Check it out at: Don’t get stuck with a flat tire in the middle of nowhere. And, If you like my car help, be sure to watch my live car talk show every Saturday morning at 10 AM CST on YouTube. I answer your car questions LIVE there. Just check it out at . And remember, every TUESDAY I upload a new video on the scotty kilmer channel on Youtube, , so don’t miss them.

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Codenwarra Cove says:

Thanks for that Scotty, I now know which one not to buy.

coolwater411 says:

Where can I buy that visit?

TheRapture10 says:

hi Scotty, just wanted to let you know we really love your videos. Question for ya, how do we inquire buying a tire inflator machine. it’s a machine that inflates used tires to determine if they are good, which checks for leaks and bubbles.

Robert says:

My cat fixed my car and changed the tires about 5 times(all four) you should get one like mine

TezyTezyTez says:

will this fill a hole in the tire?

kubemaster says:

This dudes voice is crazy! I wish he was my best friend. 🙂

TekReviews says:

I can attest that plastic crap bounces all over the ground and I ended up holding it in my hand first time I used it, while bent to make sure the hose reached. I just wish the big boys would also use LCD screens where you could set it to cut off at a certain PSI. That’s the only thing I like about the plastic models. TireTek also makes a nice one but I’m not sure what tech it uses inside of it.

VANflawless flawlessNIXION says:

I got the basic… its 6 YEARS.. HAVEN’T BREAK on me… never CHANGE THE BRUSH INSIDE OF IT2…… but now I’m grown out of it.. I need more cfm– 4 my bobcat!! ;))

Tim Baker says:

WHY SCREAM! what about the hole in your tire before you blow it up hahaha

Eric Brown says:

I just got one of those ViAir compressors.
Thanks for recommending it.

Yogesh Champaneri says:

nothing your cat can do about it I got a chuckle from it..

balu chaamy says:

He is homosexual for talking like that.

Battery Geek says:

The worst compressors are the ones built into the Jump starter packs. I’ve gone through 4 of them, due to the cheap plastic construction. I tried a few different units, but got the same result…..thing grenades and all you can hear is the little motor free spinning inside. The hardest thing I was doing was trying to bring a tire from around 25 psi to 40 psi. Admittedly 1 of the times I let the unit run longer than the 5 min they were limited to. The others they just crapped out after 3 min or so. Might give one of these expensive units a look.

skeleguns 10,ooo,ooo says:

Uh you need to check for leaks first.

Luis Cannon says:

I plugged in my new compressor into the cigarette lighter and blew the fuse for the cigarette lighter, should have used the accessory socket which are 20 amps instead of 15 amps. lesson learned!

squaid1980 says:

Drugs are bad for you.

iPervy says:

I have the cheap plastic one, haha whenever it brakes down on me I’ll get me the other one.

keith mcguigan says:

The negative comments, Viair is a great compressor.

Junior Velasquez says:

What can you tell me about nitrogen filled tires? Some people tell me it’s not woth the money for such small difference compared to air since it helps retain pressure more than anything else.

esnevip says:

Scotty pointed at you 14 times.

Kyle SoSik says:

I wonder what his wife looks like

Lost Beetle says:

I use a spare bicycle pump I have in the trunk, works surprisingly well for 13″ tires.

Ira Friedman says:

I have a slime pump that’s metal and hooks up to my battery terminals

John Doe says:

I agree that cheap plastic compressors are not meant to last. They are still better than nothing. I would rather have that cheap plastic one than no compressor at all but that one you reviewed does seem like a good one. Many of those small compressors that are not direct drive are gear driven like the Slime branded one, there is no chance that the little motors used in those things would ever work without being geared so low.

Reddylion says:

brilliant vid, genuine guy…

John Doe says:

Thankfully, rarely get flat tires. The last time I had one, I was not lucky enough to find it that way in the driveway. Sometimes these things happen on the road. Even if the pump doesn’t have its own fuse, the sockets often have them. Look in the fuse box for it. I find that if the engine is not running the pump fuse blows easily. That is unfortunate since you only get one or two spare fuses but at least they are very commonly available parts.

Tang0Fox1 says:

As a side question could this be used as a portable air compressor for air tools or is it too small?

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