• I believe that it is recommended to only travel up to 100 km on a compact spare, as they are not built as durable as a regular tire. I could be wrong though.
  • My son has a 1995 Oldsmobile and recently had a flat, and the manual says the spare tire is designed for use up to 3,000 miles (5,000 km)
  • I think you should be ok for roughly 1000 miles.
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  • Most compact spare tires are good for between 500 to 1000 miles but the top speed is often restricted to 45 miles per hour (about 80 kph). Another thing important is the location of the compact tire on the car. If a front wheel drive get the compact tire off as soon as possible if rear wheel drive get the tire off as soon as possible. The reason is the compact tire is smaller in diameter this causes the differential to continuously turn. It is doing what it is supposed to do but only when turning allowing the inside wheel to turn slower than the outside wheel. If it didn't do this you could not turn your car very well. The continuous movement of the internal parts of the differential will cause damage which will eventually cause failure. Oh, also, are you a car asking this question? I don't know any humans with tires that can go flat...LOL

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