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Teknik Balans Makina A.S recommends that you have your tires balanced at least once a year or every 15,000 kilometers. The purpose of balancing is to ensure that the tires remain balanced, thereby providing driving safety and comfort. During the balancing process, the weight on both sides of the tire is equalized, and the tires remain balanced during driving.

This helps prevent vibrations, prevents uneven tire wear, and ensures good grip and driving comfort.

If you experience vibrations in the steering wheel or driver's seat, or if you notice uneven tire wear, it means that your tire balance is disturbed.

Due to factors such as the distance traveled by the tires and the challenging road conditions, as well as impacts and hitting curbs, imbalances in balance and posture may occur over time. How often and how intensively you use your vehicle is also a determining factor in the disruption of balance.

Tires are the only point of contact between your vehicle and the road. Checking the balance of your tires is crucial for driving safety. With tire balance adjustment, the weight of the wheel is evenly distributed around the rotation axis, eliminating vibrations and providing a more comfortable and safe ride. In addition to preventing uneven tire wear, early wear of suspension, steering components, and vehicle bearings is also prevented.