Need to vent. Had my second flat in two months last night. Once again the pump sealant was of no friggin use. Had to wait hours for the car to be towed to dealership. Been driving since I was 16 having grown up in Ca. Driven cross country numerous times, had blowouts, nails and the like in tires, but never ever did I need to wait hours to have a car towed for a flat tire. I should add that never had two flats within 2 months. The goodyear tires may have a low rolling resistance, but that does not relate to flats. I have cycling tires with low rolling resistance and they rarely flat compare to lower end tires cycling tires that can flat by looking at them. I should add that I've pulled tacks and staples out of my cycling tires but they did not flat as easily as the Goodyear tires. Goodyear should be ashamed for making such a inferior product.
As the other writer above was wondering, does anyone have experience with the Michelin's. Time to invest in something that doesn't flat out by staring at it.