Removing a new VW Beetle tire is something you ca do yourself to make ownership of a New Beetle cheaper, and there are a variety of routine maintenance and repair tasks that can be performed on a Volkswagen with ordinary tools. An example is fixing a flat tire, although many people who would think nothing of repairing the flat on their bicycle are daunted by doing the same thing to their car.
This guide was made to make this simple task less daunting.
Wedge a block under the other tire that you are not removing on the same side as the tire you are removing, for extra stability. If you are removing the rear driver's side tire, put the block under the front driver's side tire.
Remove your tire iron from the jack, put the wrench end on top of one of the tire's lug nuts, and turn the iron to unscrew that nut. Repeat until all the nuts are removed. Pull the wheel off the car.
Wedge a flat-headed screwdriver under the tire sidewall, and pry the rubber out from under the rim until it sits over the side of the tire. Keep prying tire rubber out until all of one side of the tire is free of and resting outside the wheel rim.