The "can of goo" that’s used instead of a spare tyre states that the car can only be driven for 3 km with the goo. This means in the city you'll get 3 km closer to a tyre shop and if you're lucky you'll make it there. I'm looking to buy a new Peugeot 5008 and I love everything about this car, but can't get past not having a spare tyre with only a 3 km solution. Does it have low-pressure warning?
Our advice is that you should drive on the ‘goo’ as little as possible and to get the tyre repaired as soon as you can. From that you could feel confident about driving more than 3 km, but you should be driving straight to the nearest tyre shop to get the puncture repaired. We can confirm it does have tyre pressure monitoring.