Keep in mind that properly inflated tires will
by：Tanco Tire,Timax Tyre 2020-10-02
The good news is that when you buy an entire set of new tires, you can have them balanced when installed on the rims. This is a must-do procedure because it is your safety which is at risk if you fail to balance out your tires.
Factors to Consider when Balancing Your Tires
To delve a bit deeper into the importance of balancing out your tires, here are a few factors to take into consideration:
Remember that tires and rims are manufactured based on rigid standards. Despite this, small imperfections may still exist which can lead to weight differences, which later on result to unwanted vibrations. So how much vibration can your tires set actually do with? If your car is travelling at a speed of 60 miles per hour, this makes for about four revolutions per second. Each revolution creates a vibration so an hour's worth of travel equates to more than 14,000 revolutions for each tire.
Based on the number of hours that you are driving per week, just imagine how many revolutions the tires would be subject to! Add to this the fact that you can have a flat tire once your car goes through potholes, nails, gravel or some other nasty road debris. Your tires can be more capable of eliminating these road hazards by constantly rotating them and balancing them out.
There's no one solid rule to follow when it comes to how often you should balance out your tires. But a good rule of thumb to follow is to rotate them every 6,000 miles. Make this a bit more frequent if you are always navigating through rough road conditions, or during winter when the tires are subject to being in contact with wet, slippery pavements.
As a driver, it is entirely your responsibility to ensure that your car is 100% road-worthy before you get behind the wheel. Taking care of your car tires is part of this responsibility, so always remember to balance them out regularly and ensure that they are properly inflated to prolong the life of your tires.