Full-Size and Compact Spare Tire Care

No matter what type of spare tire you have in your car, you need to make sure that it is in good condition for when you need it. Since both of types of spare tires are not used often, sometimes their care is neglected, and they aren't useful when the time comes.

A full-size spare takes up more space and is more noticeable. It is easier to think about keeping it in good shape. A compact spare is usually hidden. Often, it is ignored. Both types of spare tires should be inspected on a regular basis. Check the tread and make sure that there are no damaged places. Check the inflation. Compact spares usually require around 60 psi which is much more than a full-size spare.

If you experience a flat tire or need a new tire for your vehicle, contact Red Bluff Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram in Red Bluff, CA. They can help you find the right tire for your vehicle.

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