Would you choose tubeless tyres for your car or those with tubes? Why?
Tubeless tires are comfortable to ride, less prone to puncture( You can drive in this state without doing any harm to the tyre, if the puncture is not so severe). Repair of a tubeless tyre is very simple compared to a tubed tyre. TubeLess rim & Tyre assembly is Lighter, less no of parts(no tube, no friction, less heat). I think tubeless is retaining air pressure for slightly more duration than the tubed one.
Most modern tyres are tubeless and modern rims are designed for these. Trying to put a tube in one these would be dangerous. Even older wheels on classics don't need tubes with the modern run flat solutions.
Best solution if you can afford it and the way most wheels and tyres are going is to get a set of proper "run-flats" that's not just the solutions and foams but rims with rubber inserts inside like the BMW one's which have been tested at 50 mph with all four wheels flat,
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