You’ll want to get the car out of the way. You can’t drive it until you’ve replaced all four tires, so make sure it’s not blocking anything or in danger of being hit by other vehicles. Get your spare tire out of the trunk and onto the ground. You might need someone else’s help if it’s heavy or awkward to handle.
Now that you have your spare tire on the ground and ready to go, you’ll want to jack up your vehicle using a hydraulic jack or hydraulic lift tool. Make sure you’re using one specifically designed for cars you don’t want to put too much pressure on your engine.
Once your vehicle is high enough off the ground so that you can access its tires, remove each damaged tire from its wheel rim and replace it with a new one from your trunk.
Then put on any lug nuts or bolts that held their replacements in place before lowering your vehicle back down and removing any jacks or lifts from underneath it. Put everything back where it belongs your spare tire goes back in its spot.
Make sure the vehicle is in neutral
To move a car with four flat tires, you should first make sure the vehicle is neutral. If the vehicle has an automatic transmission, put it in the park. If the vehicle has a manual transmission, put the gearshift into first gear and hold it there.
Remove the flat tires and replace them with spare tires
Remove the flat tires and replace them with spare tires. Then, jack up each corner of the car so that it’s off the ground by about four inches. This will give you enough space to get under there and start pumping air into those tires.
Once you’ve got all four tires inflated again, carefully lower the car back down onto its wheels and then check them for leaks or cracks before driving away.
Know what to do if you have to change a tire
If you’re ever in a situation where you have to change a tire, it’s important to know how to do so safely and efficiently. The first step is to make sure you’re in a safe place. Don’t do it on the side of the road or on an incline you want to be able to stop the car if something goes wrong.
If you’re on a hill, put your car in neutral and use your emergency brake when you change a tire.
Once you’ve made sure that changing your tire is safe and secure, it’s time to actually change it. Jack up your car from underneath, making sure that all four wheels are off of the ground. Then loosen each lug nut with a wrench until they’re just barely loose these will be easier for you to remove later on when there’s less weight on them.
Check the air pressure in all the tires. Your car should have come with a tire pressure gauge and you can find it in the glove compartment or under the seat. If you can’t find it, ask your mechanic. If you don’t know how to use a tire pressure gauge, call AAA and they’ll help you out.
Check the tires for damage
The first step in moving a car with 4 flat tires is to check the tires for damage. If you have punctured tires, it’s a good idea to replace them before you move your car.
If your tires are damaged, take them to a shop where they can be repaired or replaced. When you get back from replacing your tires, make sure you put them on correctly and don’t forget to tighten the lug nuts.
The best way to move a car with 4 flat tires is to have someone push you.