Q: Do I need to know how to change a tire to use the Jack and Jill of All Tires?

A: You don’t need previous experience. Really. It’s easier than you think. Check out our step-by-step guide for how to change a tire.

Q: What’s the difference between a Jack and Jill tire trolley and a traditional car jack?

A: A traditional car jack raises and lowers your car. The Jack & Jill of All Tires is designed to maneuver, position, rotate, and align the wheels of your car.

Q: Can I use the Jack and Jill of All Tires without a car jack?

A: Nope, they go together like peanut butter and jelly. The car jack raises the car so the Jack & Jill can slide under the wheel and help you remove and replace your tire!

Q: Is the Jack and Jill of All Tires universal?

A: It sure is! The Jack & Jill can be used for a range of wheel sizes up to 35” (including tire and rim) and weighing up to 100 lbs. – from small wheels used on trailers to wheels on pickup trucks.

Q: How do I store the Jack and Jill of All Tires?

A: The Jack & Jill is lightweight and can fold upright or down flat for easy storage. We recommend you keep it in the trunk of your car so it’s handy if you get a flat. If you’d rather keep it at home, you can hang it on a hook in your garage.

Q: Why did you create the Jack and Jill of All Tires?

It was a dark and stormy night… no, not really. Read our story here.

Q: Tell me more about the 100 Day Trial.

As seasons vary from year to year, the date you change your tires isn’t set in stone. That’s why you have 100 days to try your Jack & Jill tire dolly to decide if it’s right for you. This post-purchase, risk-free trial serves as our return policy. Your original form of payment will be refunded 100 percent.

Q: I haven’t tried it. How do I know it will work for me?

Because the Jack & Jill of All Tires isn’t available in retail stores, we offer the best trial experience possible. You have 100 days risk-free to change your tires and determine whether the Jack & Jill is right for you.

Q: What is the return process?

Learn about returns here.

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