I may not be the last person to figure this out; however, I feel like it. I apply talc (baby powder) to my tubes to restrict pinch flats and ease all sorts of issues. And to speed finding objects in my tires I always mount the same way, the label on the tire is bisected by the nipple, which always leaves the last section of the tire to pull over the wheel at the same place. Today I applied a fine coat of baby powder just to the inside of that one section and pow! the whole tire simply glides on with no effort, and this one is rigid. Try this trick if you have ever had any issues at all with your tire, skip this if you really like to wince and grunt and have sore palms after the last bit of the tire goes on. Time saved is time to ride, and this will pay off on the road for your buddies who wait as well.
My wife observed the results, the car did stop and assist, a collision outside Movie Madness on Belmont. I reminded her to post on BikePortland.org and specifically could not remember the link to the reporting database:
B-SMaRT ~ Bike Safety Monitoring and Reporting Tool
community based data to improve bike safety
A reminder to post when you see an incident so the community can keep aware of the statistics and that some can follow up when and where further attention as well as care are needed.