The first tip to remember when choosing custom wheels for your vehicle is that different sizes affect vehicle performance differently. Buying overly large wheels can impact braking and steering negatively, while wheels that are too small can affect ground clearance, which means the car could start scraping bumps and curbs.
If your car rides involve frequent stop-and-go traffic, choose lightweight alloy wheels, as these are ideal for the daily commute. However, if you use your vehicle for heavy lifting, towing and extensive off-road travel, steel wheels can provide the necessary reliability and longevity.
In addition to choosing the right wheel material, make sure to install your new wheels in a way that helps you retain or improve vehicle performance. Some tips toward this end include confirming wheel and vehicle compatibility, limiting the size difference to just one inch smaller or larger, and matching up the size change both in the wheels and tires for proper wear and optimized handling.