The vibrations dissipate when driving at higher speeds. Is it safe to drive?
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2001 Honda CR-V Question: The front end is vibrating when driving at slow speeds. Do I need brakes?
Answer #1mastertech6371 October 16, 2011, 19:47Master
no, it sounds like you have a shifted belt in a tire. get it checked right away before it blows out and causes an accident.
ReplyOL55, October 16, 2011, 19:56Rookie
Thank you ,Roy. What exactly means is that a belt inside the tire has shifted? I bought these tires at BJ's and has a guarantee. Should I checked with BJ's then?
Replymastertech6371, October 16, 2011, 21:58Master
yes, i would. the belt is part of the construction of the tire. see if you have road hazard warranty as that will help you in adjusting the tire for a new one.