The wear pattern on your tires can help you pinpoint problems. The tire technicians at one of Madison auto Care's seven NAPA service centers can fix any problems and replace your tires if needed.
You were walking up to your car after leaving the Mallards game when you noticed that your tires looked worn. You looked more closely and noticed your tires seemed to be worn on the outside edges.
That wear pattern indicates that your tires are out of alignment and need attention from a Madison tire pro. Outside wear isn’t the only indicator of an underlying problem. Any uneven wear indicates an underlying issue that needs to be resolved, according to artofmanliness.com.
Artofmanliness.com offers these tips about uneven tire wear and what it means:
“Center wear: If the center tread on your tire is worn, but the edges are not, it means your tire is overinflated. Too much air pressure causes the tire’s middle section to predominantly be in contact with the road.
“Edge wear: If the edges of your tire’s tread are worn, but the center is not, your tire is underinflated. Too little air pressure causes the tire’s outer edges to predominantly be in contact with the road.
“Patch or cup wear: If your tire has worn spots in random places throughout the tread, it means the wheels are out of balance or something is wrong with the suspension system.”
If you need help checking your tires, or if you need auto or tire repair or new tires, it’s time to meet the trusted Madison tire specialists at one of Madison Auto Care's seven NAPA service centers - Clausen Auto, Handel Auto, Genin’s Auto, Capitol Tire, Odana Tire, Hansen’s Auto, or Aeschbach Auto.
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