I’ve lived in rural France now for 12 years and the number of punctures I’ve had over the years must now run into double figures.
This morning’s was the same as most of them - front right hand side, nearest the roadside (we don’t have kerbs round here).
OH doesn’t have nearly so many and I think it’s because I am “chicken” on our narrow country roads and I’m the one who moves over and into the verge and long grass - so I’m then catching the tyre on something.
Just so frustrating - does anyone else have this problem? or is it just me???
And another thing that frustrates, I know exactly what to do to change a wheel but I don’t have the strength to do it. So I always finish up calling MOH, or relying on the kindness of passing strangers. How do older women manage to change a wheel these days if they are not champion weight lifters?