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Not all tires are created equal. Some are better suited for different cars. Putting the wrong tire on a car can not only impede its running, but it might also cause serious long-term damage. You can prevent this by learning the difference between a compact temporary and a full-size spare tire.

A compact temporary tire is one that is lightweight with shallow treads while requiring 60 psi of pressure to inflate, which is more than most tires require. A full-size spare is a fifth one that matches your car's existing tires for when you need one in a short time, but it is larger and heavier and thus requires more storage space in your trunk.

Are you interested in learning more about different types of tires and what kind of cars use them? Come to visit us at San Leandro Honda so a member of our team can inform you.

 

 

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