Automobiles—driven by exploding fuel, pushing through the air at upwards of mph—are noisy. No doubt you enjoy a quiet ride, and automakers and tire manufacturers spend millions trying to reduce noise. As you become accustomed to your own vehicle's "soundtrack," you'll likely notice when something doesn't sound right, such as belt noise, wind noise, or tire noise.
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To kick things off, we're not talking about the noise that comes with peeling out, doing a burnout or even with drifting or taking a corner aggressively enough to cause your tires to chirp. Though we do admit, those are some of the more fun reasons your tires might make noise. While tire noise is usually at its loudest at higher speeds, such as at cruising speeds on the freeway or while accelerating if you think you're detecting tire noise the cause has likely been there for quite some time.
I have a Ford Escort and after going over railroad tracks there was a loud thumping noise followed by the sound of a lot of debris possibly rust breaking away and now it thumps loudly whenever I go over even the smallest of bumps. It steers fine and there is no sway to it when I'm driving, just the thumping sound. The noise is coming from the back passenger tire side. I have a Ford Escort and after going over railroad tracks there was a loud thumping noise followed by the sound of a lot of debris possibly rust breaking away and now it thumps loudly whenev
I had the front tires replaced and when we left the shop we noticed a thumping on the passenger side. We returned to the shop and they performed a complete tire balance and realignment. That solved a driving problem but the thump was still present in the rear.