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WHAT CAUSES TIRE WEAR?
There are many factors that can cause tire wear such as your driving style and tire maintenance habits. Tire replacement is absolutely needed when the tread wear indicators appear. A tire’s built-in tread wear indicators look like narrow strips of smooth rubber across the tread and become visible as the tire surface wears. Also, check for the signs of tire wear below.
Toe Tire Wear
Excessive wear on the inner or outer edge of the tire, commonly known as toe wear, suggests a wheel alignment issue. This typically produces a feathered wear pattern across both front tires.
Camber Tire Wear
Uneven wear on one side of a tire tread may occur when the tire is leaning due to camber misalignment.
Center Tire Wear
Center-wear occurs when a tire is over-inflated, resulting in the center of the tire wearing quicker than the edges.
Cupping Tire Wear
Cupping wear occurs when a suspension/balance may be worn, bent, or somehow compromised. You’ll notice a diagonal scalloping pattern on the site.
Edge Tire Wear
Edge wear occurs when a tire is underinflated, resulting in the edge of the tire wearing more quickly than the center.