From Good Sams website-"Flat tires are one of the most common roadside emergencies for RVers. If you experience a flat tire while you are on the road, call us toll-free and we'll have an experienced technician come to help change it with your spare. If you need a replacement tire we can contact our network of providers to help you locate a new tire."
And "Good Sam Roadside Assistance will pay 100% of your towing fees to the nearest network service facility, even for specialized RV towing, and even if the distance is HUNDREDS of miles!" I suppose a wheel dolly under the flat tire for transport.
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Bob - Carrying a spare is always recommended. But if you don't carry one, Good Sam Roadside Assistance will deliver a tire to you if you experience a flat. You will be responsible for the cost of the tire and the associated labor to mount/balance the new tire, but the delivery cost is included with your Roadside Assistance Membership.
It always sounds good "to carry a spare". I have a tag axle, so how many wheels do I have to carry so I have match for every axle. Also, Where do I keep a spare at, my rig doesn't have ladder to the roof and even if it did, how do you get the spare up there.
So like I said, the idea sounds good, but is it practical or reasonable?