I noticed a couple of months back both the tyres on the right hand side of my car had let quite a bit of air out, about 8psi below recommended. So I topped them both up, the left side were fine.
Fast forward to today and one of the right tyres again had seemingly become quite saggy, topped it up again. It seems too frequent for it to lose that much air in a couple of months, but on the flip side surely if it had an actual puncture it would noticeably lose air much faster.
Can a slow puncture exist for months without letting the tyre down to an undrivable level?
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