I curbed my front passenger tire turning into the high school parking lot for my kids’ swimming lessons and got a flat today. I could see the sidewall damage, so I didn’t even bother digging out the flat kit, and just called for a tow. I learned a couple things along the way that I thought I’d share in case any of you find yourself in a similar situation. I called Honda Roadside first, but they let me know that for a tow, they will only tow to a Honda Service location. The nearest one of those is 20 miles away, and since my friend offered to stay with my kids at the pool, I needed a closer, quicker solution. I cancelled Honda Roadside, and called AAA to tow to the tire shop a mile away, which miraculously had a replacement Michelin in stock. AAA guy showed up and was immediately perplexed by the Clarity, so I pulled out my full sized owners manual (glad I ordered a print copy thanks to this Forum!!) and we saw that the Clarity requires a flatbed tow. So he called for a flatbed. The flatbed AAA guy that showed up turned out to be a Honda aficionado, and was pretty excited about my Clarity. He knew all about the you-must-stay-in-the-car for neutral and got it loaded up and delivered to the tire place, where he recruited one of the mechanics to help him unload it. The two AAA guys were saying that as long as the car was operational (like with a flat) that it would have been ok to tow with a traditional truck. (They weren’t giving me a hard time at all- just giving me info in case I was stranded in an unsafe locale, and that was what was available.) Any of you have any thoughts on that?