How Much Does a Donut Tire Cost?

A donut tire, also called a spare tire, is meant to be a temporary replacement for a tire that has gone flat.  Spare tires can be based on the original set of tires or can be a lower, generic version.  Usually, these tires can affect the car’s movement and driver’s ability to control the vehicle.  Because of this, it is not recommended that you drive on a donut unless you absolutely have to.  Basically, when you get a flat tire, you use the donut to get you as far as the nearest repair shop or to your home if you live close by and have a tire that can replace the flat one.

Jacking up Scion Xb. Removing flat front by mauitimeweekly, on Flickr
Jacking up Scion Xb. Removing flat front” (CC BY 2.0) by  mauitimeweekly

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