When your vehicle first comes off the production line all four wheels should be perfectly balanced. However over time they can lose their balance causing the distribution of the weight to be uneven.
Balancing your wheels allows for the weight distribution to be reset, this ensures that the tyre rotates evenly.
You should consider getting your wheels balanced if:
- Steering wheel vibrates at certain speeds (this is usually at high speed)
- You notice accelerated wear and tear to your tyres
Damage can also be caused to steering components and suspensiion which could land you with a hefty bill later down the line.
Book Wheel Balancing with International Tyres
If your wheel balance is incorrect, this will cause vibration in the steering wheel and dashboard as well as prematurely wearing your tyres and suspension parts. Over time, bumps and cornering will affect your wheel balance so it is recommended to have them balanced regularly. This is for the front wheels only
this also includes solid centre wheels and wheels up to 22inch