Sorry if photo is a bit big, but I haven't taken the time to down size it.
Any way. I went out tonight, drove car home around 10 and hear a hissing, but a light one. Since it was cold out, I thought it might be the rain dripping on the hot engine or something, didn't think much of it, and put keys inside and went out again (mate was waiting to take me in his car).
Came home like, 10minutes ago (2.10am) and sure enough, tire was on the ground, completely flat.
Now, last time this happened, I didn't realise until I had driven half way to school and the tire was completely destroyed, so this time it should be repairable to some extent. But the problem lies with me changing it. As you can see by the picture, it is currently parked on a cobble stone driveway. I'm a bit wary of jacking it up on this thing since its a bit un-even and kind of scared of ruining car/hurting myself quite badly. How can I do this without causing harm to me or the car? Plus, I don't really know how to change it since my granddad did it for me last time since I had to go to school. Any mechanics do free on-site tire changes?Hahaha. I know its a long shot but I thought I'd ask. Any tips btw since I doubt I'll find someone to do it for me.