BMW Assist will get you going in a few minutes. It may take them 5 hours to show up but after they do they will get you going (onto their tow truck) in a few minutes and they will tow you to the nearest BMW center where you will get to wait (assuming they are open) while they order you a new tire, which will be an original OEM RFT.
Originally Posted by boltjaM3s
Might be where you live but for me the Nokian's aren't easy to find, special order for the most part, and only from one authorized dealer.
I don't need run-flats as I'll just hit the magic BMW Assist button and they'll have a solution to get me going in a few minutes.
I would strongly suggest AAA Premiere Service and that you keep a Conti Comfort Kit, or something similar, in the car.
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Last edited by UnderSteer; 11-28-2012 at 10:09 PM.