What do these quotes mean?
If you actually have changed the tyre, the information has become knowledge (the third level) as you have experience. You'll be able to help others and explain any tricks or tips you've learned through you experience. You may even have the highest level - some wisdom. For example you may have done something silly while changing the tyre, and to stop others from having your misfortune, you tell them.
This was the situation we found ourselves in last Tuesday when we were discussing eye muscle surgery with the eye surgeon. We hoped that his indecisiveness was really wisdom and experience coming into play, not just a regurgitation of information he knew. Due to our worry we sought further expertise, our plastic surgeon, who talked to the eye clinic. It was confirmed to us that everything was under control and that the head Professor was taking over the case. We felt better knowing that the expert was involved.
Both times I saw everything as being bad. It took a while to grieve the loss of normality, but I eventually dealt with the information I was given. As this information - the 'labels' attached to my children - turned into knowledge, my attitude changed. This label told me what may or may not happen, it gave me strategies to help the child, and it gave me reasons for why things were happening. With more knowledge and experience, which came with time and going through things, I've been able to help others, so that their journeys are hopefully easier than mine was.
That is why we have support groups in our society.
I would like to leave you with this final quote by Sylvester Stallone to ponder: