How Long Can You Drive on a Spare Tire?

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Well if the spare tire is what they call a donut, then you should not drive on it for very long as they are created to help you if you blow a tire to get to the tire shop and get a new one. You also should not drive over 55 mph on them either.
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1. Check to make sure that all the lug nuts on the spare tire are on tightly. You can tighten these nuts using the tire iron or tools that came with the vehicle. It is especially
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If the spare was standard equipment with your car when you purchased it, safety standards for the tire would be printed on the tire's sidewall or included in your owner's manual.
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They say 40 to 50 mile but I drove up to 400 mile on a spare and bought a new one and it never poped. To be on the safe Sid ei would not carry more than 5 people in the vehicle.
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