Tracking is the position of the wheels in relation to the steering wheel and the vehicle. Tracking can be known as toe in/toe out. If this is not set correctly then the tyres will wear unevenly. Signs of tracking set incorrectly are the car pulling to one side, steering wheel is not central for a straight line, tyres wearing incorrectly. We can set this as per the manufacturer recommended settings. Ask for a price and more details. Tracking can be affected by an impact such as hitting a kerb, large pot hole or lots of speed bumps at a quick speed.
All wheels/tyres on any vehicle should be balanced using either knock on steel weights or stick on weights, depending of the wheel design/type. If the wheels and tyres are not balanced it can cause a vibration to occur in the steering wheel or through the car at certain speeds. For example between 30 mph and 40 mph. In some cases it can make the steering wheel/car vibrate all the time if the balancing is a long way out.
Your tyre pressures should be set according to the manufacture recommended settings, which changes for driving speeds, vehicle load weight and tyre size. This can be found either on a label within the car or in the handbook. Ask if you are not sure and we can help. We recommended to check the pressures once a week.