Can you put water in tire?
No, it is not recommended to put water in a tire. Tires are designed to be filled with air, and using any other substance, such as water, can cause damage to the tire and potentially create a safety hazard.
When a tire is filled with air, it provides the necessary pressure to support the weight of the vehicle and provide a smooth ride. Water, on the other hand, is much heavier and denser than air, and filling a tire with water would not provide the necessary pressure and could cause the tire to collapse.
Additionally, water can cause rust and corrosion in the metal parts of the wheel and rim, leading to structural damage and further safety concerns. The water could also freeze in cold weather, which can cause the tire to burst or the rim to crack.
If you have a leak in your tire and do not have access to air, it is recommended to use a tire sealant or call for roadside assistance to properly inflate your tire with air. Using water as a temporary fix could cause more harm than good in the long run.