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  • Fahim Ahmad Zahid Zahid
    A good rule of thumb is to have your wheel alignment and balance checked every 12,000–15,000 miles or once a year (unless you've gotten a Road Force Balance service). You should also get your alignment checked and wheels balanced anytime you install new tires.26 Feb 2020
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