^^^Same on any SRT8. No runflats just a can of goo and an air compressor.
Basically dead weight!
I have RFT's now, and during winter used regular snow tires. I think I will just stick to compressor and goo. RFT's are sooo hard it is ridiculous, especially in Colorado Springs where roads are on par with some low developed third world country.
What I did during winter:
2. Got bigger compressor then usual
4. Repair kit (so I can patch tire on the spot)
5. Reflective vest
and some other stuff I cannot remember now (flash light).
And of course, AAA.
LOL, its not just Colorado... In NJ we got frost heaves that the RFTs are just too hard to go over. These are SSOOOOOO much better...
But now no spare and no mobility. I assume dparm has no cost assistance because he has an M car while I believe my lowly M-sport expired with the warranty... Could be wrong...
But all the same, Im buying this stuff right now... A Slime smart spair kit, a set of pliers (is needle nose, lineman, or regular slip joint best for this?), USA-made plug kit, etc.
Good idea about the reflective vest, just in case...