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I carry a standard scissor jack that you can get from Autozone and a set of RV leveling blocks the you can get from Walmart. Ride on the blocks to get the car high enough to get the jack underneath.
I don't carry a jack, and won't even after I get rid of the runflats that are on the car. But if I was to have one, you'll need blocks as mentioned here to get the car up in the air enough to get under it. Regardless of what jack you use, getting under these cars is a challenge, even at stock height. Lowered, and you may as well forget it.
I don't want to have a lot of crap in the car, I'd sooner just call a tow truck.
nope. It's called a $50/yr roadside assistance insurance rider with up to 100 miles of flatbead. Well, may be 50, I'd have to pull the policy ;-)
yep. thats the standard action plan
Portable air compressor and a bottle of fix a flat in my cargo area... doesn't take up hardly any room at all.
Just the fix a flat for me....and this would be for extreme case in lost darkness with roadside help many hours out and no cell signal. I typically try and stay away from these situations in the vettes!