Took my BMW in for a service and they said I need 3 new tyres.
I knew this anyway, one of my friends noticed the other day they were going bald on the outside of the tyre, but fine on the inside. The tracking is fine according to BMW and all they can attribute it to is "driving style". Now I'm not being funny but the only time I use my car is for work or Uni, both of which I take about two turns during the whole journey (I live just off a busy A road). So my question is, how can straight line driving lead to such uneven wearing of the tyres?
I've had the car 4 months, it was an approved used car from a BMW dealer and I've done around 4,000 miles. The dealer doesn't care and won't even give me a discount off new tyres..
Don't get me wrong I understand the costs related to maintaining a car, but I'm not happy they're attributing what looks like quite a problem, to my "driving style" - most likely because I'm younger than the average beemer driver.
Any advice? Or will I just have to jog on down to ATS on Monday..