If it's a temporary or "donut" spare, it's supposed to get you off the highway and to the nearest service station. And you're not supposed to exceed 50 mph limping there. Those small, cheap spare tires aren't designed to withstand the heat and loading of normal driving -- or even less-than-normal driving for extended periods.
How long can you drive on a spare tire not long. Driving on a spare tire for a long time can cause damage to your rims and your axes on you vehicle you should think about getting them replaced as soon as possible.
If it's a "wimp" it's not supposed to do over 60 mph.
It is suggested to drive as little as possible on a spare tire. This of course doesn't apply if it is a full size spare tire, but a donut? its there to get you to the shop, not drive around town for weeks. with that said, if you don't drive like a maniac, you should be able to drive on one for a long time, given you monitor the wear and tire pressure regularly
If you have a standard size spare tire (a "road" tire identical to the other 4 tires on the vehicle) it can be treated exactly the same. If you have one with a "compact" spare it is only supposed to be driven far enough to get it replaced with a standard size "road" tire.
When you are looking for a spare tire, l would recommend the comparison sites like ebay and amazon. Many tire companies have accounts there, and customer feedback is useful in helping you to decide which spare tire is right for your vehicle.
Usually a spare tire is as good for a short time as a normal tire but of coarse change as soon as u can
The tire jack is supposed to be under the spare tire , in the well in the trunk area
It's supposed to be under the spare tire along with the jack
It's supposed to be stored under the spare tire in the trunk
The spare tire is supposed to be inside that back panel on the passenger side of the car, unless someone removed it previously
On a 1997 Mercury Sable : The jack is supposed to be with the spare tire in the trunk The spare tire is stored with the tire valve facing down and the jack is stored inside the tire rim
The temporary spare is rated for 50 mph.
There is no space for a spare tire if you have AWD. That is why factory provides the Run Flat Tires.
The spare tire is supposed to be under the vehicle just in front of the rear bumper . The jack and instructions are supposed to be under a panel in the cargo area floor behind the third row seat
It depends on the spare they usually have a max speed rating of 35 MPH
If you are a long way from home and get a flat you need a spare to fit on .
I have a Chevy Blazer 2000 4 Wheel Drive ZR2 The Spare Is On The Back With a Lock How do I remove the Spare Tire Thank You
Yes, but slower than you normally drive.
The jack is supposed to be under the spare tire in the well in your trunk
Only if it is all wheel drive. The front wheel drive vans have the "donut" spare.
The cable did just long enough to pull to the side of the van.
Some BMW's are fitted with 'run-flat' tires. If it is, it is not provide/sold with a spare tire because the 'run-flats' will allow you to do 90 miles on a flat and this will be enough to allow you to drive to a garage and have the tire replaced (they can not be mended). In other words your BMW may not have a spare tire.
If you have a temporary spare tire it's supposed to be in the cargo area behind the left side ( drivers side ) interior trim panel I believe if you have a full size spare it is under the carpet in the rear of the cargo area
The Spare tire is located under the rear of the vehicle. There is a long bolt that secures thehanger. The head of the bolt can be accessed from the inside of the vehicle. Just inside the rear door the carpet in the floor has a small cut. Lift the cut in the carpet to gain access to the long bolt and use the tire iron to loosen the bolt. The spare tire hanger will lower along with the spare tire.