Wheel balance refers to how smoothly an individual wheel rotates around its own centre. Unbalanced wheels can cause other parts of your car to wear down faster - such as shock absorbers, struts and steering. If your wheels are not balanced properly it can affect the overall performance and feel of your car.
In this situation, the front vehicles are aligned according to the rear wheel angles. This will make sure that the vehicle wheels are straightly aligned and the steering wheel is centred.
Tire balancing is often called wheel balancing. It is different from wheel alignment. Tire balancing is the measurement of each tire. Generally, mechanics put the tires on the centre of the balancer machine and spins it to check the weight. This procedure will ensure you if all of your tires are balanced with the wheel weights. you’ll know more about this from your owner guide book.
You might need a Tire / wheel balance when:
Your steering wheel or car vibrates at high speed.
Your Tires are wearing out unevenly
You have new tires or rotate your Tires
Your Tires have had some rough treatment such as potholes or extremely rough roads.
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