Goodyear Radial Spare Tires

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Don't forget about your spare tire. Goodyear® radial spare tires are there for you in a pinch. If you ever experience a flat tire-and we hope you never do-you need to know about Goodyear radial spare tires. They're well known for making high quality everyday tires, and it's no different when it comes to spare tires.

Important Information about Goodyear Radial Spare Tires

Checking Your Spare Tire

When checking your spare tire, the first thing you need to known is where it's located. In most cars, the spare is located under the floor of the trunk. Many crossovers, SUVs, and trucks have the spare bolted underneath the vehicle. If you can't determine where your spare is, look in your vehicle owner's manual. If you still can't find it, you may not have a spare. In that case, it's a good idea to purchase one. Goodyear radial spare tires are an excellent option. If you can locate your spare, examine it for cracks, tears, or other kinds of damage that causes serious tire failure. If you find any damage or are unsure about the quality of your spare, you should replace it or head to your local auto dealership to have a service technician help you out.

If You Experience a Flat

In the unfortunate event of a flat tire, you may have to change your tire. If at all possible, get your vehicle to the side of the road or a safe location to do so. However, you should not drive on a completely flat tire. This can cause severe damage to your rim and, potentially, the rest of your vehicle. For detailed instructions on how to remove the flat tire and replace it with a Goodyear radial spare, visit How to Change a Flat Tire.

Driving on a Spare Tire

If you have a new Goodyear radial spare on your vehicle, don't worry. It's a high quality spare. However, there are restrictions to how you can drive on it. Generally, you can drive on spare tires for up to 50 miles at speeds up to 50 miles per hour, but each spare may have different specifications. Check the sidewall of the spare for the specific limitations.