I have wear just on the outer edges of my rear tyres. Why's that?

Why have I got wear on the outer edges of the rear tyres?

Asked on 9 February 2021 by Pedrazzini

Answered by Georgia Petrie
Could be a few things. I'd check the inflation pressure is correct first as they could be underinflated and, thus, making uneven contact with the road. It could also be the wheel alignment or worn out steering and suspension parts (which could have led to incorrect wheel alignment).
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