Modern Spare brings Volkswagen ID.4 kits and replacement tires onto the market
If you drive a new VW ID.4, congratulations! The ID.4 wins fans and new owners as fast as a VW can deliver. However, it is worth noting that every VW ship lacks basic safety equipment. A compact replacement tire.
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It’s a trend that has been going on for some time. When automakers launch new models, especially green models, they steal the replacement part. This means you have fewer opportunities to protect yourself and your family in the event of a puncture.
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Fortunately, the aftermarket picked up where your automaker left you. Modern Spare started out as a company that supplied parts for Corvettes, but has recently become a very popular supplier for Tesla owners. All bought vehicles with no spare tires.
Modern Spare offers both compact spare tires and spare tire kits if you want to take your own tools with you to change tires instead of relying on roadside assistance to do it for you in an emergency. There are three options and prices start at around $ 350.
Like all manufacturers and suppliers, Modern Spare is struggling to keep up with the booming demand. We recommend you call to check availability. Since this is not an advertisement for the company, we will help you from here.
Modern Spare has won many fans among Tesla owners. You can use keyword searches on Facebook or other social media sites to learn more about the company’s customer opinions. With multiple posts from ID.4 owners including the owner who chose to share his top of page picture with us, we thought the ID.4 community would appreciate that there is an option out there.
John Goreham is a longtime member of the New England Motor Press Association and a recovered engineer. John’s interest in electric vehicles dates back to 1990 when, as part of an academic team, he designed the thermal control system for an electric vehicle battery. After studying mechanical engineering, John completed a marketing program at Northeastern University and worked for automotive component manufacturers, the semiconductor industry, and biotechnology. In addition to Torque News, John’s work has appeared in print on dozens of American news outlets and has reviews of many vehicle shopping sites. You can follow John on TikTok @ToknCars, on Twitter, and check out his references on Linkedin. at