Take it to a gas station or a tire shop, they can pull the nail out and put in a plug, with a small nail puncture that's all that is needed, some places wont even charge you for it. If you pull the nail out you will have a slow leak, the wheel has to come off, the leak found again and fixed, it will cost you more.There is a nail in my tire. should i pull it out? I'm afraid it will go flat...?
leave it in and refill tire as needed for now..until u get where ur going. it is not recommended, but once home..u can put a plug in to it from your local parts store. it is highly recommended to talk to a tire shop and have then install a full patch in side the tire. ok. but the nail will u get there with out a full flat for now..PS. reduce your speed in the process.There is a nail in my tire. should i pull it out? I'm afraid it will go flat...?
Leave it in there, till you to the tire shop.
The second you pill it out, the air will rush out.
With the nail, the air will only leak out SLOWLY (or not at all). But you should fix it, because it can develop and slow leak later.
depending on how deep the nail went thru your tire, you are not suppose to touch it. best thing to do is to bring your car to car shop so that the technician will decide if he will take the nail or not
If you pull it out I guarantee it will go flat. Take it to a tire shop and they will plug it without even taking the tire off the car.
leave it where it is..inffact forget about it unless its near the side wall.....watch it over a few days if it doesnt go down or loose preasure forget about it...
It will go flat. Go to your nearest tire shop or buy a plug kit %26amp; plug it yerself.
well dont pull it drive it to a shop and have it fix smarter
don't pull it out, man.