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Tire Balancing for New Hampshire and Maine
When you fit your new tires to your car, maintaining a proper tire balance is important when it comes to getting your money’s worth by ensuring even wear and longevity.
How often should I balance my tires?
With typical use, it’s good to have your car’s tires balanced every 6,000 miles. While this isn’t a hard and fast rule, if you’re experiencing any vibration while driving – unbalanced tires could be the culprit. Throughout the life of your tires, you will have to have them rebalanced in order to extend their life. If you aren’t experiencing any of the symptoms of unbalanced tires, you should have your tires balanced whenever you put on a new tire (or tires) and whenever a tire is patched or fixed.
What tire balancing does:
Unbalanced tires can actively contribute to uneven wear and excessive vibration (especially over speeds of 40mph).
How to tell if you need Tire Balancing:
- Vibrations when driving
- Tread wear that’s uneven
- Driving that becomes rough over the life of the tires.
- Drifting sideways
The benefits of tire balancing
- Smoother trip.
- Enhanced Convenience.
- Less motorist fatigue.
- More also tire wear.
- Prolonged life for tires and drive train components.
Stratham Tire Inc offers Tire Balancing
Drop in today to have your tire balance checked Call Stratham Tire Inc today to set an appointment for tire balancing and any other auto service you require.