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Flat Tire Change - Roadside Assistance
Phoenix, AZ

Are you in search of a nearby flat tire change services? Rest assured, you've arrived at the perfect destination. Allow our skilled technicians to come directly to your location whether you're on the highway, a parking lot or your driveway and take care of changing your flat tire. By doing so, you'll avoid the inconvenience of attempting to change a tire yourself without the proper knowledge or equipment. If you're unable to change your tire due to stripped or locked lugnuts, we offer an additional service of removing them for you. We have no trouble handling stuck tires and can effortlessly install your spare tire within minutes. Whenever you need roadside assistance for a flat tire, feel free to reach out to us. Our emergency services are 24/7 and available at any time. Our specialty lies in providing roadside assistance, and we are fully equipped with the necessary tools and expertise to safely and efficiently replace tires on various vehicles, including cars, trucks, and SUVs. We strive to promptly get you back on the road, allowing you to resume your day with peace of mind.

Other tire services: Tire Repair 

Flat Tire Change Service Areas: Ahwatukee, Ahwatukee Foothills Village, Foothills Phoenix, South Mountain Village, Laveen, Central City Phoenix, Camelback East Village, Paradise Valley, Scottsdale, Tempe, Guadalupe, Chandler, Sun Lakes, Mesa & Gilbert Arizona 


How Much Does It Cost For A Roadside Assistance Or Towing Company To Change A Flat Tire?

The cost for a roadside assistance or towing company to change a flat tire in Arizona can vary depending on several factors such as the company you choose, your location, and any additional services needed. Typically, the cost for a basic tire change service can range from $75 to $150. However, if you require additional services such as stripped or locking lug nut removal or if you're in a remote area, the cost may be higher. It's a good idea to contact several companies in your area to get quotes and compare prices before making a decision.

Can You Drive On A Flat Tire?

It's not safe to drive on a flat tire. When a tire is flat, it doesn't grip the road well and can make it very difficult to control the car. Plus, driving on a flat tire can permanently damage the wheel which can lead to even more costly repairs. If you get a flat tire while traveling on the road, it's best to pull over immediately into a safe spot. Then, you can either change the tire yourself safely or call for help from a roadside assistance service.

How Far Can You Drive On A Spare Tire?

Donut spare tires, also known as compact spare tires, are intended to be temporary solutions to get you to a nearby tire shop. They are not designed for extended use or long distances. Typically, manufacturers recommend driving on a donut spare tire for no more than 50-70 miles at speeds under 55 mph. It's essential to replace the donut spare with a regular tire as soon as possible to maintain the safety and performance of your vehicle.

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