Whether you discover your flat tire as you’re getting ready to leave for work or while you’re driving the road, you need to get it fixed as soon as possible. Before you bring your vehicle into our Chrysler service center to be repaired, here are some helpful tips on how to properly handle a flat tire.
Pull Over and Inspect It
If your tire goes flat while you’re driving, pull over so you stay out of the way of traffic. Then, inspect the tire both by sight and by touching the rubber to locate the leak source. You may find a nail or another sharp object that needs to be removed before driving again. Use your roadside emergency kit to avoid a collision while you wait.
Change the Tire
Never drive on a flat tire. If you do, you risk damaging your wheels and paying for more than a simple tire replacement.
Put your spare on and bring your flat to our Chrysler service and car parts center to get it patched. Don’t try to fix it yourself—that process is better left to professionals to prevent further tire damage.
Call for Service near Sanford, FL
If you don’t know how to change your tire, you can always call for roadside assistance. Many insurance companies offer this service to policy members, and AAA® can help in a pinch.
The services that come with your insurance or your dealership may expire after you reach a certain mileage. Make sure you know your mileage and still qualify for roadside assistance.
Bring Your Vehicle to our Chrysler Service Center
If you get a flat tire, bring your vehicle to our Chrysler service center at Fields Chrysler Jeep® Dodge RAM of Sanford. Our experienced technicians will repair or replace your tire so you can get back on the road fast. Contact us or bring your vehicle to our location today!