don't use tire filler.
Take the tire off, and bring it in.
Put it on a trailer, or back of a truck and bring the bike in. (friend with a pickup, minivan, uhaul trailer, ask on here maybe...)
failing all of that, some shops may have bike pick up service.
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The tire filler stuff leaves an awful mess inside. You need to tell the guys changing the tire in advance, and either bring them extra beer, or be prepared to pay a couple bucks more for their hassle.
Taking the tire off is a good solution if you're mechanicly inclined.
If I was you, and there wasn't a lot of tread left, I'd purchase a tire plug kit and practice on it so that I'd know how to use one the next time I get stranded on the side of the road.
BMW sells a great portable tire plug kit for about $30, it's got everything you need and it's about the size of your palm.
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Cad Tire sells plug kits for about 8 dollars that have saved me MANY times in the past. Comes with a reamer, a buttonhook installer and a few plugs.
"They" will tell you not to run a tire permanently with these plugs in but, I have done this with many tires and never had one come out, even plugging relatively large holes.