Differences Between Compact & Full-Size Tires

Ever gotten a free spare tire? Usually, dealerships throw in a spare tire with a new car. These are temporary tires that are great for emergency situations. Lightweight and easy to handle, you can quickly replace a flat and get back on the road with a compact tire. If you don't have a spare tire, you can pick up a temporary tire or donut tire for less than $50. If you want to spend a bit more, you can upgrade to a full-size tire.

Full-size spare tires are meant to handle the load of your vehicle. You can drive on them longer than a temporary tire, and you may not have to go to the shop at all to have a flat replaced. This is because they are nearly the same in size or model as your other tires.

Want to pick up a tire at a great price or need tire services? Stop by Stinnett Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM for more information.



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