RUN FLATS REAR NONE RUN FLAT FRONT ???????

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Non run flat tyres will have softer sidewalls and give a more compliant ride.

What provision have you for a puncture? Is there room in the car to carry a fuil size or slim line spare plus jack and wheel brace etc?
Same as run flat call out Mercedes Breakdown service. I did have a puncture on a run flat rear once could not have driven 100 yards far to dangerous.
 
Same as run flat call out Mercedes Breakdown service. I did have a puncture on a run flat rear once could not have driven 100 yards far to dangerous.
You could be waiting hours and then rely on recovery?
 
Same as run flat call out Mercedes Breakdown service. I did have a puncture on a run flat rear once could not have driven 100 yards far to dangerous.
You could be waiting hours and then rely on recovery?
Due to my health I would not be able to change a wheel myself so would have to rely on breakdown services
 
Due to my health I would not be able to change a wheel myself so would have to rely on breakdown services
That's perfectly reasonable but without a spare of some sort for them to change you would still be stuck with needing recovery.
 
When i bought my c63 it had run flats on the front and non run flats on the rear I changed them all to MPS4S within a week
I hope the contact sport 7 lasts longer than the 6 as mine only lasted 6k miles before the inside edge worn out
 
When i bought my c63 it had run flats on the front and non run flats on the rear I changed them all to MPS4S within a week
I hope the contact sport 7 lasts longer than the 6 as mine only lasted 6k miles before the inside edge worn out
Mileage we will just have to wait and see
 
That's perfectly reasonable but without a spare of some sort for them to change you would still be stuck with needing recovery.
Breakdown companies pull off tempory space saver spare. I was in a ATS branch once when the RAC came in to collect one
 

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