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Car modification workshop owner Jim McBride says he has had several clients with issues that had to do with the tires not working properly or just not fitting.

“I’ve been a mechanic for 10 years and I’ve never had a car that didn’t work right,” McBride said.

McBride said he started out with a Honda Civic.

He also has an old Mazda RX-7, which has a small gap between the driver’s foot and the center of the tread.

If it’s too loose, the car will pull up to a 45 degree angle and the car won’t turn properly, McBride explained.

The car will turn right and the tires will spin up to 100 miles per hour, McBrides said.

He’s not sure how many cars have this problem.

This is not the first time that he’s had this problem with tires.

In October 2016, Mcbrides had to repair a Honda CR-V with a defective tire, he said.