Go back to the tire place and ask for a re-balance because it shakes.
and then ask them to check for out of round.
I have personally had bad new tires and bent rims, steel and Alloy.
If you can watch when they spin the wheel.
If its good you need to get the struts and ball joints checked.
Jack the car up and try and wiggle the front wheels back and forth. Any movment would mean you need to ball joints.I'm going through this now. I just put 4 new tires on mine, I mounted them, a shop balanced them.
They are General UHP summer tires on 15" rims and they replaced a worn set of Falkens.
The Falkens shook and howled, the Generals are smoother, but the wheel still shakes intermittently above 60. I checked and I have some play in the LH inner tie rod end.
Any play in a steering component will amplify an out of balance / out of round condition, allowing the wheel to move within the slop zone. Check your tie rods and ball joints for slack. If you find yourself agonizing over a minute balance problem, consider the possibility that the problem may be somewhere else.
This is true, but not his symptoms. vibrations with warped rotors would only occur when he brakes, not while driving.try changing the brake pads with rotors, get new rotors and pads, if you have new pads and didnt changed rotors those can cause vibrations, and basically pads and rotors swapped at the same time, that should do it. I only say that because i didnt see u mention anything aobut those two, so try them. good luck with that man...