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A strict regimen of maintaining correct tire inflation pressure, scheduled rotations, and the occasional front-end alignment check is your friend and your best bet. Otherwise... :eek:

sbr711: You state on your user ID, "hiding from those who might be looking for me..." How's that working out for you? LOL
 

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Witness Protection Program from Hyundai finding me....

I am not here to promote my dealer, just guidance to get treated right and not get ripped off (sounds like Clark Howard dont it ??)
This is GOOD stuff! Thanks! LMAO
 

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Post the link here too..I'm getting mine checked next week.
Ditto, Tim. IF, key word here is "IF," I pull the trigger on new tires next week, I will have mine checked. Not necessarily aligned. But certainly checked; it's free. I don't want to make that kind of decision when buying tires. I can wait a few days to shop around for quality alignment services in our area. It's not going to kill the new tires to wait 48 hours.

Judging by how mine have worn and the car's steering, I don't sense any problems. That's also why I'm not too concerned about having an alignment done RIGHT THEN while I'm all "caught up in the moment" of laying out money! But these people are pretty good, have certified alignment techs, provide a 1 year warranty on that service. So, maybe? Decisions, decisions...LOL
 
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