That sucks. I would also like to spread that advice to others....if you get your car worked on torque your lugs. You wonder why I tell you this? Read below:
A week and a half ago, I am driving and I notice a slight vibration coming from the drivers side front. I ignored it because my car is old and does weird stuff. So I kept going. Well, the vibration kept getting worse. Well, the next day I am driving it and I'm going down the road and it gets worse and worse and worse, so I decided I would pull over in the trailer park up the road a little because I knew it had a wide road that i could work on my car in if need be...but as soon as I decided that it got so bad that I had to pull off the side right then. Well I get out and look at the front wheel, and immediately notice a problem...there are only 4 lugnuts, one of the studs is completely gone (and obviously the lug nut with it). So I decide to take my black plastic caps off the lugs that were on it so i could tighten them down with my spare tire wrench. Well, I grab the plastic cap on the first lugnut and go to spin it off and the lugnut comes with it. And that point I decided it wasn't a good idea to have weight on that wheel so I put the jack under it then proceeded to pull the rest of the lugs off with my hand. I actually then had to put them all back on with the plastic caps tight enough that I could get the caps off to tighten the lugnuts. So I probably would've made it another couple hundred feet or so before my wheel went flying off the car. The last person to take the wheels off my car was discount tire when I got new tires in August. I've only driven about 1000 miles since then, so I'm guessing they didn't torque them down. I immediately came home and torqued all the lugnuts on every wheel, including the 4 that are remaining on the drivers front.
So, it will save you a lot of hassle to just torque your wheels.
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