A kind-hearted motorist saw a man struggling to change a tire
on the shoulder of a busy road and pulled over to see whether
he could help.

The man had a very red face and a dark smear across it
where he had wiped off sweat with dirty hands. His tie was
undone and his shirt collar askew.

Close to the man stood an immaculately neat woman who
was speaking in quick, agitated tones.

"Hello, there," said the motorist. "I've changed a lot of tires.
Maybe I can help."

"You sure can," the man with the flat replied excitedly.

However, the man changing the tire did not want the good
Samaritan to use the jack or even touch the spare.

What was the strange way he wanted the volunteer to help?

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The Flat Tire