Why air pressure in a car tyre increases during driving?

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  1. I believe it has to do with the friction that occurs as a result of driving.

    Friction causes heat, and once the air molecules are heated, they increase the pressure in the tyre by striking its walls with a greater force per unit area.

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  2. Hi Arora, thank you so much you have corrected my answer and also gave answer of my question. Thank you so much for your help.

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