My mechanic says all four of my tires have dry rot. I love my mechanic and normally wouldn't blink, but one of those tires is almost new - I had to replace a punctured tire last summer. Is it really possible that it has dry rot? Or is he "rounding up" because the other three tires are older? The mechanic who replaced my puncture said the other front tire still looked good, otherwise he would have suggested replacing them as a pair. What could cause dry rot so quickly on a car?
My car has 119000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.
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