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Goodyear Tire Vibration

What is alignment?
A vehicle is said to be properly aligned when all suspension & steering components are sound & when the tire & wheel assemblies are running straight & true. Proper alignment is necessary for even tread wear & precise steering. Uneven front-or rear-tire wear, or changes in your vehicle's handling or steering response (i.e. pulling to one side) can indicate misalignment. Many vehicles today are equipped with rear suspensions that can be adjusted for alignment. Your vehicle may need a "front-end" alignment or a "four-wheel" alignment, depending on the symptoms you are experiencing. The moderate cost of having your vehicle aligned can more than pay for itself in tire mileage, performance & comfort. Goodyear retailers provide expert alignment & suspension service.

What should I do if I notice a vibration?
Vibration is an indication that your car has a problem that needs attention. The tires, steering system & suspension system should be checked to help determine the possible cause & correction of the vibration. If left unattended, the vibration could cause excessive tire & suspension wear. It could even be dangerous. Goodyear retailers offer expert diagnosis & repair

Why do my tires need to be balanced?
Properly balanced tires are important for driving comfort & long tire life. Unbalanced tires can cause vibration, resulting in driver fatigue, premature tire wear & unnecessary wear to your vehicle's suspension. Tires should be balanced when they are mounted on wheels for the first time or when they are remounted after repair. Tires should be rebalanced at the first sign of vibration or "shimmy." Vibration may also be due to misalignment or mechanical problems. Many Goodyear retailers can provide expert diagnosis & repair.