yes, but it is dependent on how hot the air was when the tier was first inflated.
Deflate is to allow air to escape from a balloon.
cold air because hot blowes them up
Air rushes out because it is under pressure. Once there is no longer any pressure in the tire the air will stop flowing out. However there is still air in the tire it is just equal to the pressure outside.
To deflate is to take air out of. An example sentence would be: "When Cory ran over the nail, his tire began to deflate".
It may deflate, it should not burst.
The air particles inside are less active, and tend to clump together because of the cold
You need to deflate your ATV tire before you attempt to take it off. Then you need to break the air seal. They should come off after doing these steps.
Heat rises it will inflate a ball. The cold will deflate a ball
I believe you mean Run-flat they are tires that are designed to maintain the air pressure if the tire gets punctured but they only last for a certain amount of distance(depending on tire model)before they deflate