If you have a place to keep your compressor safe from theft & out of the weather I’d suggest a small 110 v compressor rather than a 12 volt unit. 110 v medium sized units are priced at only a little more than $100, easily moveable since they are on a wheeled-dolly, and since the delivery air pressure can be adjusted, they can be used for all sorts of diy’er things besides filling your tires. Air tools, painting, installing new tires on wheels and setting the bead, cleaning out carb’s & other equipment, etc. If everything is all air-tight you usually don’t have to plug them in just to top off a tire or two, as they hold their prior air charge for some time. Something like this is what I’d recommend.
That’s the style of compressor I have. I must admit however that mine is an old one and some of the fittings leak, so it doesn’t hold its air charge for more than a day. B/c of this, rather than powering it up each time I just have a tire or two to top off, I usually do that job at the local gas station using their compressor, which is all set up and equipped just to fill tires at a moments notice.