That’s definitely confusing and scary, but I’m happy to say that you can leave the witchcraft at home! The best thing you can do in this situation is to see your local mechanic.
The issue could be that your tire
is out of balance
, a joint is going bad
, or it could be something else
Your mechanic should be able to diagnose the issue and get your driving safely
as soon as possible! If you want to make sure the cost isn’t too high, check your warranty
and see if it will cover the cost of repairing your tires.
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