If your car or truck's tyres aren't in-line properly, they may be causing premature wear on your car or truck's wheels and suspension elements. This may cause issues with your car or truck's handling, performance along with the overall safety of your vehicle. Basic things such as bumping into a kerb or driving above a pothole may throw your tires out of alignment. It is critical to get this resolved immediately before it results in larger problems.

 

Signs of improper wheel positioning

Tires which aren't in-line can impact your car or truck's steering, handling, suspension, stopping, tyre wear, fuel use and safety.

 

In case you have noticed any of the following your tires are most likely out of positioning and you ought to go for a wheel alignment examination.

 

-your vehicle 'pulls' to one side of the road whilst your driving or stopping

-when driving straight the steering wheel is off centre

-your tyres wear unevenly (commonly one side wears quicker than another)

-your tyres degrade faster

-poor steering when you’re driving

-car feels instable or wanders sideways (this requires urgent action)

-when turning, your tyres screech

 

Wheel Balancing & Wheel Alignment in Melbourne

Every time a fresh set of tyres are installed to your vehicle, they'll be balanced to ensure the greatest quality level. Usually, after weeks or months of wear, the wheel can start to feel like it's shaking at high speeds - thats when you're in need of a wheel balance!

 

Once used together, wheels and tyres will be somewhat out of balance with one-another. This is often caused by a little more weight around one part of the wheel, which results in those irritating vibrations whenever you speed up to higher speeds. These variations are located within the tyres and wheels. One could have a minor flaw or difference that contributes a small quantity of weight, which makes it unbalanced. Simple things like the tyre valve can add that small amount of weight, for instance.

 

Whenever your tyres were suited to your vehicle, the wheel and tyre are put on a computer-operated device. This decides just how much weight is required and where it ought to be installed round the edge of the wheel, to be able to counter the small variations in the weight balance. Tiny metal weights are then added if required to modify the minor weight difference, which makes them balanced.

 

Wheel balancing is usually only needed if your tyres are completely new, or if perhaps your wheel seems to be shaking at great speeds. Tyres can even be thrown out of balance if you hit a pothole or a gutter because of rim or tyre damage.

If you are based in the northern suburbs of melbourne , Please call (03) 9308 7229 or walk in to our Tyre shop in Campbellfield ,to see how we can best help you.