If you have an old car that’s been sitting for a long time, it may not have enough air to push through the tyre.

If the air leaks out, the air can become trapped in the tyre and cause it to crack.

If you’ve ever experienced this, you may have noticed that the air inside your car’s tyres does not come close to being as fresh as it should be.

Air that is stuck inside a car’s tyre is trapped in its outer layer, called the casing layer, which has a slightly higher density than air in the surrounding air.

The casing layer can become saturated with water vapour when the air is hot and humid.

The higher density of the air also increases the pressure within the tyre’s casing layer and can cause it, as well as the casing, to crack and damage.

When this happens, it causes the tyre to crack, and it will then start leaking air.

If the car has been sitting on the pavement for long periods of time, this air could be trapped and it may be difficult to move it out, because the casing may not be able to move enough air out.

When the tyre is in contact with the ground, it will get a little warmer and dryer as the temperature rises.

As the tyre cools and gets wetter, the casing and the air will become more saturated, and eventually they will all be leaking out.

This can cause a tyre to become wet and slippery, and you’ll end up having to spend a lot of time trying to move the tyre out of the way.

Once the tyre has dried enough to be completely dry, the water inside the casing can evaporate, and this water can get trapped in cracks in the casing.

The result is a large crack which can then burst through the rubber.

This can result in your tyre cracking and leaking air, and cause the tyre itself to become dangerously hot.

If your car has just recently been put in dry, then you might not notice this as much, but if your car is older and the seal on the tyre starts to break down, then this will be a much bigger issue.

If this happens to you, you’ll want to change the seal and/or sealant.

If any of these issues are not noticed, you should get your car inspected.

If not, contact your local repair shop or repair service for advice.