My tires are worn out and the mechanic suggested that if I don't change them then it will cause negative impact on the brake pad, rotor and shocks? Is this true.
Car is done 150000 kms and braking was causing my steering to vibrate. So the mechanic recently changed the bearings, tie rod, brake rotors and pads. Tires were old. But steering is vibrating when braking so he has now changed to new tires. But steering is still vibrating on breaking. So he thinks old tires caused damage to rotor or pads.