My 2007 Honda Fit's front driver's side wheel has started squeaking as it rotates. I've grabbed a video of the sound:
I hear it squeaking up to about 60 km/h / ~35 mph until I can't hear it over the sound of road noise. (At those speeds it sounds more like a ticking sound because of the wheel speed.)
It squeaks even when I'm braking, and even when I'm turning full left or full right. The sound seems to be totally dependent on the speed of the wheel's rotation, and doesn't change when I'm in neutral or any gear.
I don't drive very often; mostly only on weekends, and usually only around town, occasionally 100+ km or more. I live in Nova Scotia, near the ocean.
Although I'm planning to get it looked at, I'm also going on a road trip next week of about 2500 km / 1500 miles. How serious is the squeaking? Would it be safe to wait until I got back from my trip or should I prioritize getting it looked at?