The link IDRider posted a few posts above is an excellent tire changing tutorial. Of course its good to know how to change a tire; but I understand not wanting to take the time. :) No way you can plug a flat the way it is, but it is possible with this: http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com/2/9/203/28640/ITEM/Neutech-The-TUbliss-Core.aspx to make your tires kind of tubeless which means you can plug flats or even just ride on one for several miles. My suggestion would be when you get your tires changed next, do it at a time when you have some free time, take it into the shop and see if the mechanic will let you watch him do it... if he's really cool he might let you try it step by step which is the only way he'll remember all the questions a newbie has and the only way you'll know what the right questions to ask are. Malaysia is no issue, but even in America where they all have signs saying customers can't go in the shop I've always had them let me watch, bug them and ask questions!