I'm no expert but I guess it has to do with friction. Now add to this the heat from the road and it will surely make your tires hot.
Every part of a rolling tire flattens out repeatedly under the weight of the car and springs back into its circular shape. The constant change of shape means that work is done on the tire by the car, and this work is transformed into heat. For the same reason a thick iron wire becomes hot at the bend if bent quickly to and fro.
by Iznogoud3 years ago
Why does friction produce heat?
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