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Wheel Balancing Helps extend your Tyre life



What is Wheel Balancing?


Wheel balancing—also known as tire balancing—is the process of equalizing the weight of the combined tire and wheel assembly so that it spins smoothly at high speed.


Maintaining proper wheel balance is a critical part of maintaining the life of the tire.

Also proper wheel balancing ensures your vehicle has a smooth and vibration free ride.


Unbalanced tyres increase the risk of wheel and suspension damage massively.


What Causes the Tyre to Go out of Balance?


You. It’s your fault. That’s the short answer, but the longer answer here is that normal driving over rough roads can cause the tire to go out of balance.


In other cases, tires just don’t wear evenly, which can have nothing to do with the driver’s behavior at all. Sometimes, tire manufacturers let small defects slip past quality control, which can cause them to wear more in one place over another, and sometimes they’re just not installed properly.


Even a tiny weight difference can make a big difference in how a vehicle feels as it rolls down the road.


Importance of Wheel Balancing



Balancing Helps Extend Your Tire-Life


Tyre Balancing is required by every vehicle after every 10000 km. It keeps the tyres from uneven wearing and protects you from unsafe driving. If you are having some issues with your driving you should consult your nearest tyre shop.


Benefits of Wheel balancing

  1. Balanced Tires Give You a Smoother Ride

  2. It will save you from the risky drive

  3. Balanced Tires Get Better Mileage

  4. Extend the Life of Your Tires

  5. It will protect your tyres from uneven wearing

  6. Protect Your Vehicle’s Suspension


What if Tyres are not Balanced

  1. Your tires will wear down prematurely when the wheel assembly isn't balanced – and you may be in for some not-so-good vibrations.

  2. Car Mileage will go down.

  3. The vibration will cause damage to parts like your wheel bearings and steering gearbox.

  4. The vibration can even cause bolts like your lug nuts to come loose.

  5. It will be loud and annoying, and if it’s in the front you will even feel it in the steering wheel.





How do I know if my Tyre needs to be Balanced?


When you are driving at a certain speed and you feel some vibrations in your steering wheel, then it must be due to tyre unbalancing. You must immediately get your tyre balanced to avoid any mishap.





Conclusion-

So, If you Drive on an abrasive road or due to any other reason you feel vibration at a certain speed on your steering wheel, you need to get your tyre Balanced. It will Increase your Tyre Life and will save you from adverse Impact of Unbalanced Tyre.


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