Tires are among the most critical safety features on any vehicle, and they're designed to wear out over time and mileage. Every time you turn a corner, the road scrubs off a little bit of your tires. That's what gives your car its traction, or grip, as you turn.
Ideally, your tires would all wear out at exactly the same rate. But that's not how it happens. Tires wear out differently based on where they are mounted on your car, how much load you put on them, and how well your suspension is working. The good news: That means you can identify and then repair suspension issues by looking at the wear patterns on your tires.