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Spare tyre for 535i?

Asked by Michael Leu

I live in the country and have now had two flat tyres in six months on my 2010 BMW 535i with run-flat tyres. The tyres split due to potholes, so there was no way I could continue driving. I had no spare tyre, no jack, and I was stuck miles from the support network. Useless. Is there a space-saver type wheel/tyre and jacking device available for this car?

Answered by CarsGuide

20 Mar 2015 Graham Smith

The best option for you is probably to ditch the run-flats and fit regular radials. You can then run a regular spare and you could buy a jack from your local auto accessory store.

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