A burst tyre is something to be avoided. In particular a tyre which shreds when an aircraft lands or a lorry passes over some sharp ironwork can have catastrophic consequences.
Today’s invention is therefore a simple backup.
A vehicle with many wheels would have some subset of its tyres constructed in the following way.
These tyres would have a solid inner tyre moulded into them during manufacture.
When the outer rubber surface is damaged and deflation occurs, this inner tyre would contact the ground as the outer fragments were torn away.
This would allow control to be maintained until the vehicle could be brought to a stop.
Although this would add a small weight penalty, the improvement in safety would be significant.