More praise for Fisker of Bellevue. I was driving down the freeway, and must have hit some junk, because both of my passenger side tires went flat. I felt the car handling badly, (or more accurately differently), and then shortly thereafter I was driving on a rim at 70mph. Of course the tire pressure light was on, I had 15psi in one and 20 in the other. I pulled over, not too happy with my dealer as I had just had the 5k mile tune-up and fan replacement yesterday. This being my first flat tire in my adult life, I was pondering what they had done to cause it.
Fisker road service promised a flatbed in 45 minutes. While waiting, who should pull up behind me but BJ, my service manager? He had seen me on the road, AND had received 2 calls from Fisker enthusiasts that a Fisker was pulled over on the side of the freeway.
BJ delayed his own plans for the day to hang with me until the tow truck arrived, and take me to the dealership and arrange for a ride home for me.
His inspection of the wheels indicated I'd hit something sharp, and the tow driver saw a nail. Really, I didn't see or feel anything on the road. BJ thought that they had a couple tires in stock, and is trying to get it fixed today. I’m worried about rim damage, but we’ll see.
Besides the excellent service from Fisker of Bellevue, it was nice to know that I could maneuver the car to the side of the road, even with a totally flat rear tire and almost flat front tire. At no point did I feel that the car was dangerous or difficult to drive.