Q: Hole in tire

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My tires take 35 psi, one currently has a hole and is down to approx 24 psi, can I wait til morning to take it in and have it fixed?

Hi There, As you may have noticed, depending on the size of the hole in your tire will determine how quickly the air will leak out. I would recommend having a professional from YourMechanic come to your location to replace your tire for you to avoid having to drive your vehicle with a hole in your tire.

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