If you always want to depend on roadside service changing out your tire then a tire only is fine. They will have the tire removal/replacement tools to do this.
I went a further step in tire independence and got a tire and wheel, a jack and breaker bar and socket to be able to change the tire myself. I can handle a 60# wheel and the 140 lbs or torque for the lug nuts. A big tire, maybe not.
ye thats our logic as well
coachnet will build up a tire on the road. just need the rubber part.
but still a 22" tire is freaking heavy
retired Navy driving the short bus 2008 Tuscany 4056
I have had to use Good Sam road side service (Xfinity) 4 times over 28 years. What the operator ask is: Exactly where are you (street address or crossing roads)? Second question do you have a aired-up, serviceable spare tire/wheel? One day, I had a tire leak-down because a TPMS went bad and a called and ask of an air-up. I was informed than they don't cover loss of air. I said send the truck, as I have a spare. When the truck arrived, I had him air-up my tire and signed the receipt saying he had installed a serviceable spare tire.
Jim & Roy Davis
2016 Hurricane 31S
1961 Rampside in tow