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If you experience excessive vibrations in the steering wheel, poor fuel economy or uneven and faster tread wear, these are some tell-tale signs of awheel imbalance.

A professional wheel balancing check corrects uneven weight distribution around the entire circumference of your car’s wheels so they roll smoothly even at high speeds and offer you a safer and more comfortable driving experience.

Steve’s Tyres & Wheels is a reputed wheel balancing garage Buxton. Our trained and certified professionals have access to the latest machinery and balancing equipment. Moreover, we conduct wheel balancing as standard practice after every tyre fitting session.

    How do our wheel balancing checks work?

    We use the latest wheel balancing machine to take measurements of light and heavy spots on a tyre and wheel assembly. Then, we make adjustments to nullify its weight differences. Some of the steps we follow:

  • First, we remove the wheel from your vehicle and then mount the tyre/wheel assembly onto our balancing machine.
  • Then, the machine spins the wheel at a high speed to detect and measure any imbalance and gives us information about weight distribution and how much adjustment needs to be made.
  • Next, our technician adds small counterweights to ensure precise and uniform wheel balancing Buxton.
  • After a final check, the wheel is fitted back onto your vehicle.
  • When should you opt for a wheel balancing check?

    Every 5000-6000 miles: Regular wear and tear contributes to wheel imbalance; therefore, if you drive a lot, you should get your cars’ wheels balanced after every 5000 to 6000 miles.

  • Vibrations: A vibrating steering wheel is one of the earliest signs of unbalanced wheels. As the imbalance worsens, you may detect vibrations in the entire cabin, floorboards or the seats.
  • Uneven tread wear: Fast and uneven wearing of tyre treads is another sign of unbalanced wheels.
  • Poor fuel economy: Unbalanced wheels put more stress on the engine, resulting in more fuel required to run the vehicle. It’s a good idea to keep track of the fuel consumption to notice problems in your car.
  • Steering issues: Unbalanced wheels can make the steering more difficult and delay the response time of the steering wheel.
  • Have you noticed one of these symptoms and are looking for a “wheel balancing garage near me”?

    Stop your search and get in touch with us, so we can help you.

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