1. Uneven wear between tires
Uneven wear doesn’t mean an irregular pattern throughout the tread of one tire, instead it means that when the front tires wear faster than the rear ones. If you notice this happening with your tires, they need to be rotated as soon as possible. The wear difference will soon become insignificant if the tires aren’t worn out completely. However, you may also notice an irregular wear pattern on one of your front tires, where one side has less tread than another. If the tread wear isn’t too severe, the tire can be rotated, but if it is, it’s better to change the item.
2. Pressure loss
3. Vehicle Vibration
At speeds of 70 km/h and higher, you may feel a vibration, which may be caused by uneven wear. This isn’t the only cause for vehicle vibration, with the most frequent being tire imbalance. Nevertheless, when you notice unusual vibration, your tires need to be rotated, balanced, or the wheels aligned.
Failure to rotate your tires can lead to hydroplaning. This occurs when tires lose their grip on the pavement and skid on top of the water, putting the driver in danger of uncontrollably sliding off the road. Losing control of your vehicle puts you and any passengers at considerable risk. Here at LMN Auto & Tire, we care about your safety. As we have told our customers often, you walk into our shop, you're a family! Try us today!