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      09-24-2011, 07:27 AM   #75
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Originally Posted by jlr_1304 View Post
Personnaly, i would stay with runflats for winter. ... Dont know how roadside assistance would react to a flat with non-run flat tires.
The tires I chose are run flat, which is why they're more expensive.

For what it's worth, my dealer said that if it's a non-run flat it's not covered by road side assistance. Then again, it's probably cheaper to tow it than to buy run flats.
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