Cars not moving for long periods of time will create a flat spot on the tires. That’s probably not permanent damage, but you will notice a difference when you first drive. So you might as well take your car for a short spin around the neighborhood.
“It’s sitting on the pavement, just 2 or 3 inches” of the tire’s surface area, Sinon said of a flat spot, adding that you’ll likely feel a vibration initially if the tires sit idle.
“By (driving at least briefly), you’re moving it around and keeping it sealed really good. It won’t necessarily go flat (from being parked), but it will go down over time. We should check air pressure a couple of times a year, whether you’re driving the car or not.”