I drive a 2017 Corolla.
I recently (~2 months ago) replaced all of my tires. While driving today, I noticed the plmp-plmp-plmp bumping of a flat tire, pulled over at the closest gas station, and saw my back-right tire was totally flat.
At said station, I filled all my tires (including this one) with air, expecting it to leak out again, but expecting that it'd be good enough to get back home. While I was filling the flat, I heard a concerning creaking sound, like the air being put into it was straining the tire.
I took the pump out and heard the pretty audible hiss of air leaving the tire... and then an extremely loud pop as the tire popped in front of me.
What would cause the creaking sound, and what would cause the tire to pop like this? Is it possible I got a tire that was old enough to audibly creak when filling it with air?
(Thinking of it: Is it possible that this had something to do w/ the beads in the tire going over the rim?)