Why are my Tires so Loud when I Drive?

 

Why are my Tires so Loud when I Drive?
Every Tire will make some Noise. Run-flat Tires and Tires with a stiffer Sidewall will be Noisier. Tire that have a lower rolling resistance are usually the Quietest. Uneven Tire Wear can be the leading contributor to Tire Noise. Under-inflation causes the inside and outside Edges of a Tire Wears more. Over-inflation is when the center part of the Tire is Wearing faster than the Edges. Vehicles out of Alignment will cause one of the shoulders to Wear more than the rest of the Tire's Tread. When the Vehicles Toe is out, one edge of the Tire's Tread rounds while the other one becomes sharper. Worn out Bushings or Front Suspension, may also cause Tire Wear. When you have Bent or Worn Suspension part the Tires will become Cupped. If your new Tires have an aggressive Tread Pattern they will be Noisey from day one. If you did not buy aggressive Tires they may still be Noisy when you start Driving on them. The Rubber take time to heat up and and Break In.