Howard Yellen San Francisco, California - 2000 Chevrolet Tracker
Tires/heat. Leaves the car in Palm Springs for the Summer, temps around 115 degrees. When they went back last month, found tires had all deflated and after putting air in, it's like driving over a washboard. Did heat deform them? Tires are fairly new. Guys think it's unlikely heat did it--more likely tires are defective, with bad stems. Go back to the tire dealer and complain. In the future, he can buy a floor jack and stands, and let the tires 'hang' for the summer.