Flat Tyre

Drivers experience flat tyres on a regular basis, not only you should get your tyre and other components of your car inspected by an auto dealer but you should also learn a few simple tips and tricks of how to change a flat tyre. You can experience such a misfortune during any time of the day/week/year and not every time you will be able to get assistance from an auto professional. It’s always safe to learn some extra skills in your leisure. So, if you are browsing the internet while sipping your tea and having your favorite mid-day snack, this 6-minute guide can explicate to you the practical learning of how to change your flat tyre.

Moreover, experiencing a flat tyre can indeed be frustrating but fixing a tyre is not a tough activity. It just requires you to be a little conscientious and patient and everything will go smoothie.

Remove the Flat Tyre

The foremost thing you require in this step is a lug wrench for loosening the lug nuts of your automobile wheel. After you loosen all the nuts, do not detach as yet. You need to place a car jack to the suggested jacking points of your vehicle and then lift up your car from the place you’re changing your tyre from the jack.

Also, to prevent your car from rotating, you must not do this on a slope. Always keep this thing in mind that jacking your car on a slope can cause many vulnerable accidents. Another precaution to take here is that do not over lift the side of the car, overdoing can make the car fall on the ground and you will have to do all the hard work again.

After jacking up your car, it’s time for you to remove the lug nuts and then take the flat tyre off.

Attach the Spare Tyre

Attaching a spare tyre can slightly be a difficult job, comparably removing the unwanted tyre but it’s not impossible for you to do that.

Before attaching your spare tyre in the position, you should look closely and note if the size and the specifications of your spare tyre are the same as you require. Why should you do this? Driving with 3 similar tyres with the same specifications and 1 different tyre with distinct features and size can be risky. Your ride might not feel as smooth as it was before and you don’t want to face another calamity.

Now once the checking part is done, refasten the lug nuts (make sure to not completely use them), slowly lower the car jack until the vehicle is back on track and the wheel touches the ground. Then just simply remove the car jack and tighten the nuts.

Relying on Your Spare Tyre

Driving on your spare tyre for longer hours can be risky so make sure to count it as a temporary option only and once changed the tyre, don’t exceed the 50mph limit while driving with the spare tyre and look for the auto repairing shop and get your flat tyre fixed.

Another important thing to consider here is that, do not drive on any dirt surfaces and off-road trails at all with your space saver.

Importance of Repairing your Tyre

First thing is that you cannot rely on your spare car tyre as it’s not long-lasting.

Another reason for your tyre to get repaired is that it is clearly hazardous to drive a car that is continuously losing air or has a puncture. You need to get your tyre checked by a professional and know whether to get it repaired or replace with a new one.

Moreover, fixing a flat tyre in time will prevent you from facing further tyre damage.

Lastly, if your tyre is showing a bulge or a blister on sidewalls, it needs to get replaced immediately or you will be at high risk while driving with a damaged tyre.

By Anurag Rathod

Anurag Rathod is an Editor of Appclonescript.com, who is passionate for app-based startup solutions and on-demand business ideas. He believes in spreading tech trends. He is an avid reader and loves thinking out of the box to promote new technologies.