What is Wheel Balancing?
Wheel balancing is integral for smooth driving, ledge safety, flection and stability this allows tires to run without causing vibrations.
Wheel balancing mainly deals with tuning-up for wheel tire sets. It makes sure that weight is evenly distributed around the entire circumstance of the unit.
When all areas of the wheel tire unit are as equal in weight as possible, the tire will run smoothly.It contributes to ride comfort.
Causes of Improper Wheel Balancing
Normally caused when a vehicle encounters a pothole, uneven bumps or speed breakers with high speed then weight distribution along ledge is disturbed.
Cautions Of an unbalanced wheel
When vibrations are felt in the car it means that the wheels are unbalanced.These vibrations become severe when not attended and may cause feelings of nausea or vomiting.
If tyre has uneven wear and tear then it is probably unbalanced.
When the car moves to one side while the driver opts it to move to the other side, this leads to disturbance in steering which is an indication of unbalanced wheels.
Why it is needed?
A proper wheel balancing ensures increase the durability of your wheel.
Road safety and road grip improves due to proper wheel balancing.
The fuel consumption is reduced due to proper tyre balancing.
When Should it be done?
An alignment after the installation of new tires. Annual or twice yearly if you typically travel on rough roads.
For every 5000 KM.
After any suspension-related repair is done.