Any one have a flat tire? The kit is a bit hard to get to.. do you think carrying one of those inflate your tires can is a good idea?

Any one have a flat tire? The kit is a bit hard to get to.. do you think carrying one of those inflate your tires can is a good idea?
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Comment by Jan in West U on November 20, 2011 at 7:52pm
Comment by Ryan on June 21, 2009 at 8:49pm
Yeah..... i don't really remember the different tire sizes being a safety feature. If anything, i think the narrow front tires help to keep traction in the snow for turning. other than that.... i don't see how smaller tires can be a safety feature.
Comment by Jim Yedor on June 21, 2009 at 2:39pm
There are several posts from owners who have installed the wider tires on the front. They report better handling, less trouble from corss winds, and no "tracking" of the grooves on the freeway. While the smart is designed to be safe on the narrower front tires that doesn't mean that wider ones are somehow less safe or less deisrable.
Comment by Marv on June 21, 2009 at 5:28am
i thought the car was engineered for safety with 2 different size tires.. this doesnt seem like a good answer.. why dont u write to smart or ask the dealer before u change the size of the tires.

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