When selling a car, do you have to disclose all issues?

I'm selling a car privately, but a couple of the tyres have a slight air leak near the rims and need topping up with air about once week. Do I have to disclose this?

Asked on 19 January 2018 by Joe

Answered by Honest John
You might as well. It's a minor issue (probably curable by getting the tyres re-sealed against the rims). It isn't a dealbreaker, but, if you don't get it fixed, disclosing the minor fault will avert any problems later on.
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