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PERSONAL TIRE CARE:

Preparing for a flat tire

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Preparing for a flat tire

Having the necessary items will help you change a flat as soon as the need arises, minimizing potential damage to your tires. Review the list below for what to keep in your vehicle. For a professional evaluation, find a Tire & Service Network location near you.

MAKE SURE YOU ALWAYS HAVE:

  • Your vehicle's owner's manual
  • An inflated spare tire
  • A jack
  • A lug wrench
  • Bracing material, such as a small piece of wood or a brick

HELP MY TIRES LAST LONGER

  • Check your tire pressure (including your spare) monthly — follow the recommendations on your vehicle door sticker, or in your vehicle's owner's manual.
  • Inspect your tires once a month for uneven treadwear, cuts, cracks, bulges, foreign objects, or other wear or damage.
  • Have your tires rotated and the balance checked every 6,000 mi. (9,500 km) (check your vehicle's owner's manual for specifics)