Q: TIᖇE ᗷᖇOKE Oᖴᖴ ᖴᖇOᗰ ᐯEᕼIᑕᒪE

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ᗰY E᙭ᑭᒪOᖇEᖇ ᗯᗩᔕ ᒍEᖇKIᑎG ᗩᔕ I ᗷᗩᑕKEᗪ OᑌT Oᖴ ᗩ ᑭᗩᖇKIᑎG ᔕᑭOT ᗩᑎᗪ ᗰY ᖴᖇOᑎT ᑭᗩᔕᔕEᑎGEᖇ TIᖇE ᗰᗩᗪE ᗩ ᔕᑎᗩᑭᑭIᑎG ᑎOIᔕE ᗩᑎᗪ TᕼE TIᖇE ᗯᗩᔕ ᔕIᗪEᗯᗩYᔕ

Hi there:

We really would need to know what type of vehicle you have to accurately tell you what components might need to be repaired or replaced. In most cases, when a tire falls off, it’s due to faulty wheel bearings that have worn out or broken, a tie rod or control arm that broke or a strut mount issue.

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