Guys, Had a bitter experience on Saturday morning. Few of my friends were at my place and we decided to drive down to Kaas near satara. As it was finalized at the very last moment, I did not get time to fill up air in the tyres. On the way, I stopped at a road shop for air fill up. The guy was filling up air at the driver side tyre when he said, its punctured. I got out of the car and saw the tyre was horribly low. I did not remember seeing it so low the last night. I asked him to get it repaired. He then asked me to take the car a bit further and park there. This I guess was the biggest blunder I made. I was well at the road side in the first place but I did not suspect and went ahead and parked the car. To my horror, I saw 5 nails inside the tyre. The nails were not well inside but almost 30%. He said it will take 80/- for every puncture repair. He got the first nail out and repaired the puncture. Suddenly, bell ranged in my head. I asked him to get the nails out of the tyre. I asked him not to repair any other puncture as there was no air leaking through any of the holes made by other nails. I drove to the petrol pump on highway some 10 km, and the tyre was in perfect shape. I visited Kaas, drove around 300 km after this incident and the tyre is still holding the up air pressure. I checked the tyre for air pressure when we stopped at McDonals for an hour. This was deliberate to make sure the air pressure will come down as the tyre gets colder and to its normal temp after running for 20 mins. In the evening, when I was going through the probable reasons, I realized that, 5 nails could have leaked air within minutes when I started from home. My friend said he did not see the tyre at such low on air pressure when we started from my place. This certainly means the puncture shop person must have put them just in front of the tyre when he deliberately asked me to move the car a little ahead when it was well at the side already. Also the nails were not completely stuck in the tyre. The car which weighs more than a ton, could have caused the nails to go almost completely inside after driving 2 kms with 5 nails inside. This has certainly taught me a lesson that I should always stick to the petrol pump air fill up or else come out of the car while somebody is filling up air. As the shop was just outside slum, I did not bother to go and ask the shop keeper for his deeds. I hope so, you guys will keep an eye while filling up air at road side shops.