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There is no maximum distance, however a Road Hero should be used as a temporary measure to get home or to your nearest garage.
There is no legal limit, however a Road Hero should be used as a temporary measure to get home or to your nearest garage.
The Road Hero wheel is restricted to 50mph/80kmh
When changing a wheel, we recommend following the manufacturers instructions as all vehicles have varying restrictions.
Handling will be different as the Road Hero has a much skinnier tyre compared to a standard wheel.
Please refer to the vehicle compatibility lookup data.
PCD stands for Pitch Circle Diameter and is the diameter of the circle that passes by the centre of the bolts. The offset of a wheel is the measurement of its hub mounting to the centre of the wheel.
Yes. Road Hero’s are not fitted with TPMS, so will still leave warning lights illuminated on the dash.
We cannot guarantee that all Road Hero’s will fit into a vehicles wheel well, so we provide a protective bag for safe storage.
Temporary use tyres do not require tyre labelling.
Life time warranty against manufacturing defaults, does not cover accidental damage or misuse.
Most reputable breakdown companies will fit a space saver wheel, however we recommend checking before making a journey.
If your kit is not supplied with wheel bolts, you may use your existing. However if you are provided with fixings (Nuts/bolts) you must use them
If you are towing a caravan or trailer, then it is usually ok to fit a Road Hero, however we strongly recommend checking your vehicle manufacturers handbook, as there may be vehicle specific advice.