Question about 2000 BMW Z3
OK so I have 25 -30k miles on my Yokohama ES100's. They are just about ready to be changed. I have been experiencing swerving and abrupt lane changes (not quite) if I drive on roads that are not flat and smooth. Is it the tires or should I be looking at something more complex?
Usually caused by unusually wide tyres/wheels. This is called in the UK 'tramlining' and is nothing to worry about though can be disconcerting. Owing to the increased width of Z3 spec. tyres over standard tyres there is more of a tendency to follow abrupt changes in the road surface. Keep those hands at 'Ten to Two' on the steering wheel.
Posted on May 01, 2009
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