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How to Change a Flat Tire on a Busy Road You can easily get sucker into paying more than fifty dollars for having a towing company change flat tire for you Instead you can save yourself money by doing it yourself It is a simple process that takes less than half an hour Most of the tools you need are already in your car These tools include a Jack a tire iron a spare tire and road flares The first step is to set up the road flares Flares are available at most department stores and are a very good idea to carry Setting flares makes the car more visible decreasing the chance of an accident while you are changing the tire To properly set flares you should have four of them Take each flare and light it following the directions on the package After you light them lay them on the ground in the following pattern Lay the first one about fifty feet behind your car and about four feet from the white line on the side of the road Set the rest of the flares in a straight line with the last one being about three feet from the drivers side rear corner of your car on the white line This will allow other drivers to see that there is an emergency and allow them time to mergeThe next step is to begin the tire change To do this you must take the rest of the tools out of your car The tire iron is probably in the trunk along with the spare tire The car jack might be in the trunk or it might be under the hood next to the engine It depends on what type of car you have Once you have all of the tools out find the tire iron The tire iron in most vehicles is a bent piece of steel flattened on one end with
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