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Justin Bieber has had his share of car problems in the last few weeks … the latest of which appears to be a very perplexing flat.

The Biebs was outside the Montage hotel Saturday in Bev Hills when he pondered the flat. It’s apparent from the pic he’s not a tire iron kinda guy.

You’ll recall, Justin accidentally ran over a photog and got slapped with a ticket for yakking on a cellphone while driving.

Judging by his expression, we’re guessing a nice man from AAA came to the rescue.

Via: TMZ

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