Why does my vehicle still handle poorly after I put new
tires on? Usually
when the second or third set of tires have been installed on a vehicle, the suspension
system (shocks, front end components, springs, struts, etc..) have already gone through
50,000 - 100,000 miles of the roads with checkholes, rough tracks, speedbumps, and
washboards. This wear and tear is tough on your vehicle's suspension system.
Often times when vehicle tires ar replaced it is because you can't stand the ride you are
getting from your vehicle, not your tires! Tires are an easy fix, so we try
that before we replace expensive suspension systems. If your suspension system is
the problem, new tires will not improve your vehicle's ride.
Approximately 90% of the tires on the road today are out of
alignment, are inflated to the wrong air pressure or have not been rotated
at the right time. Any of these conditions will lead to your tires wearing out