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My car has over 200km and I do a lot of highway driving. I have noticed recently that my steering wheel shakes when I slow down from a high speed. What is the cause? Should I get it checked out? Thanks,

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Amanda J. Pierce, MBA Jacinthe, I recommend that you have your wheel alignment checked, tires rotated and balanced. Rule of thumb is tires should be rotated every other oil change and a rotation and balance every 30k miles. Hope this Helps! A. J. Valle

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