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How to Change a Flat tire on My Own?

Change your Flat Tire All on Your Own 

Tires are a vital part of the car, and getting a flat could be a damper on your drive. Learn how to change your flat tire all on your own with us over at Capital Honda in Charlottetown, PE, and never again be stranded on the road with a flat tire. Continue reading to take a look at the steps to change a flat tire.

Steps to Change a Flat Tire 

When you get a flat tire, the first thing you can do is move your car from the road and engage the parking brake so that your vehicle does not roll away mid-repair. Then you need to get the spare tire and the tool kit out from the space under the cargo hood. There should be tiny crevices on the side of your flat tire where you can fix the jack and slowly raise the car. Then use the wrench to loosen the nuts and pull the tire to loosen it from its hinge. Once the tire is free, replace it with the spare tire and tighten the nuts using the wrench. Lower the jack, and once the car is back on the level ground, your flat tire has been fixed, and you did it all by yourself!  

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Remember these simple and easy steps for a worry-free drive and also keep a lookout at the tire pressure and check-in at the closest service center. If you are in Charlottetown, PE, drop by the Capital Honda dealership and check out our services and tire source. Reach out to the dealership for further assistance.  

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