There is no reason to be left stranded by the roadside with a flat tire. Whether your spare tire change request is due to low tire pressure, cracked rim, flat tire or a regular spare tire change, spare tire change service is here to offer you 24/7. Spare tire change service providers are very fast and responsive, offering a wide range of flat tire services like; air service, blown out tire, puncture service, tear in sidewall or any emergency tire service, tire change service providers will get you back on the road quickly.
Select ‘REQUEST A RESCUE’ to get started
- Click on ‘Get Started next to tire change from the roadside assistance service menu.
- Tire change service will easily confirm your location if you allow location sharing on your device. You can also type your address or search for your location using the search box. Click on ‘Next’ when the marker in the live map aligns with your current location.
- Select the option that best describes the location of your flat tire or if you have a spare tire available and click ‘Next’. This determines if your spare tire change can be performed at the location and if you require spare tire change service or a tow truck.
- Type your name, email and telephone number so tire service provider can contact you if needed.
- Select the make, model, year and color of your car then click ‘Next’
- Review your request and information summary then enter your payment information.
- Spare tire change service will send a text message to the phone number you provided with the ETA of your rescuer. You may also watch your flat tire rescuer in real-time as they come to your rescue.
- For additional help, call your spare tire change service provider directly.
Pay Per Use TIRE CHANGE SERVICE
Tire change service will find a 24 hour spare tire change service provider nearby to perform a flat tire change for you anytime, saving you time. No need to call the entire directory just to find someone to offer a spare tire change service to you.
BEST TIRE REPAIR SERVICE
With advanced technology and location service, spare tire change service will find your location to request the closest tire change service provider on your behalf. Similarly, you can view accurate ETA of your tire service provider and live map updates as they come to your rescue.
HOW TO PERFORM A TIRE CHANGE
Here are detail steps if you are interested in learning how to change a flat tire. It’s arguably the most critical car maintenance skill you’ll ever learn. Plus, think of how helpful this will be when your tire rips by the roadside in the middle of nowhere. Or when you simply don’t have time to wait for tire change roadside assistance to arrive.
So, if you need a quick refresher of how to perform a tire change, here’s everything you’ll need to know.
1. Pull Over to a Safe Spot: This first step is more of a luxury than anything else. But if you have the ability to do so, try to drive slowly or move your car into a safe area.Ideally, you’ll want to be in an open parking lot with level ground. If not, try to get to a wide shoulder on a straight road such that you’re out of everyone’s way while giving them plenty of space to see where you’re stopped. Try not to slam on your brakes or swerve with a flat tire. Instead, keep calm and gradually slow down.
2. Turn Your Hazard Lights On and Get Your Tools: If you’re on the side of the road, hit your hazards to warn other drivers that you’re having issues.As far as tools go, all you’ll need is a lug wrench, a jack, and tire blocks (or a huge chunk of wood, stone, etc.).
3. Ensure Your Car Doesn’t Roll: Parking brakes are recommended to be active. Now, you’ll want to get your wheels stable. Tire blocks are built for this job. But really, you can also set large stones, blocks of wood, or anything else that’ll stop your car from rolling. And you’ll set these behind the set of tires opposite the flat tire.
4. Loosen Up Your Lugs: Get Your lug wrench ready! Remove your hubcap if you have one covering your wheels. Turn the lug nuts in your flat tire wheel counterclockwise with your lug wrench. Keep in mind that these lug nuts can be quite stubborn to remove. So put your body weight into it if you need to!
Note: don’t fully remove the lug nuts just yet—you only need to make sure they’re loose.
5. Jack Up Your Car: Jacks and vehicle frames are all designed differently. So, above all else, check with your manual to ensure you’re using the jack correctly. As a rule of thumb, you’ll usually place the jack under your car’s frame next to the wheel getting a tire change. If you are using a jack, make sure the jack handle points away from you. Use your jack to raise or lift your car (usually, it’s a pumping or cranking motion). Raise your car high with enough clearance between the flat tire and the ground. No need to raise your car extremely high from the ground.
6. Remove the Lug Nuts: Continue unscrewing the lug nuts with your hands if you loosened them with your lug wrench earlier before lifting the car.
7. Take the Flat Tire Wheel Off Your Car: Just grab the wheel by the tire and pull it off its hub.
8. Replace the Flat Tire with Your Spare Tire: Align the spare tire with the lug bolts. Then, once the tire is in place, use your hand to place and tighten the lug nuts on your spare tire. For this step, you’ll probably find placing your lug nuts on opposite ends of the tire in order to better help secure the spare tire. All you need are your hands for this step. No need to grab your lug wrench just yet.
9. Lower the Jack: You’re not going to release the jack just yet. Instead, you’ll lower your car as much as possible without your car’s weight falling on the spare tire. Then, you’ll tighten your lug nuts with a lug wrench as tightly as you possibly can. Put your body weight into it if you need. Once your tire change is complete and secure, you can lower your vehicle the rest of the way and remove your jack.
10. Check Your Tire Pressure: Make sure your spare tire has enough pressure to take you home or to a tire shop. For smaller tires, you’ll only need about 60 psi.
11. Get a New Tire ASAP: Most of the time, your spare tire isn’t a long-term solution.