I dont think a tire will wobble unless the entire wheel wobbles....
Problems with the undercarraige could cause this. Also if a tire has uneven treadwear from a poor alignment, it could wobble. A missing balance weight, or improperly balanced tire could cause wobble. Emergency braking could leave a flat spot in the tire. Check all four tires for treadwear patterns, to see if the tire is balding in one section faster than others. Ideally it will bald from the center outwards evenly as the tire ages. If the tires look even, then most likely a problem with the undercarraige is causing the wheel to wobble (broken, worn or missing component). A tire could have internal belt damage from hitting a deep pot hole hard and cause it to wobble after.
Yes, the heat causes the air to expand in the tires. Conversely, the cold air in winter reduces tire pressure.
Bald tires? Road conditions (oil, ice) Stupid Drivers.
Check to see if your tires are out of round.
it is when u turn the tires lift the hit the ground
The alignment on your front-end tires may be off, it would be a good bet to take your car to a mechanic.
the tires themselves.
Wind. But the experts working to find out some other sides as well.
"It was/has been wobbly."
wobbly like crazy
will tires make noise if there choppy on inside
Sounds like a slipped belt in one of the front tires. Have the tires checked and replace as necesary. I recommend in pairs (front or rear at the same time) or all four.
If the tires are properly balanced plug tires should not cause a vibration.
Misaligned axles, bad mounts on the tires, improperly inflated tires.
make it wobbly
The engine causes the tires of the vehicle to turn. The tires are made of rubber in order to maximize the friction (traction) between the tires and the concrete. It is the tires and the force of friction which causes a vehicle to move forward (or backward, for that matter).