Tires are among the most essential components of your car. Unfortunately, they also happen to be some of the most vulnerable. That’s why it is important to keep these five signs of tire wear in mind every time you inspect your vehicle’s tires.
You might be aware of the risks that under-inflated tires present. However, over-inflated tires can cause just as many problems. Make sure your tires are inflated to the proper level.
2: Wear Near the Edge of the Tire
If your vehicle’s wheels are out of alignment, the edges of your tires may see much more wear and tear than they usually would.
3: Car Pulls to the Side
Speaking of wheels that are out of alignment, a vehicle that pulls constantly to the side can be a sign of either an alignment out of sync or tire wear.
4: Erratic Tread Wear
The tread on your tires should receive wear and tear at a pretty even rate. If there is erratic or uneven tread wear, there is likely something wrong with your tires or wheel alignment.
5: Unusual Vibration or Noises
Unexplained vibrations and sounds should always be inspected as soon as possible, as they could indicate something is seriously wrong with your vehicle.
If you need an in-depth look at your tires by a team of automotive experts, then call our service center and bring your vehicle in for inspection at West Point Lincoln of Sugar Land.