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Why does my car vibrate between 50-60 mph?

This common occurrence can often be attributed to two key factors: uneven tire wear and wheel misalignment. When tires become worn, the treads may not make uniform contact with the road, causing vibrations at certain speeds. Similarly, if your wheels are not properly aligned, they may cause excessive vibration as well. In some cases, imbalances in the drive train or even just dirty spark plugs can also lead to vibrations while driving. The good news is that a quick trip to your local mechanic or tire shop should easily solve any vibrating issues.

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