I got my tires rotated about 2 months ago on my 2003 Toyota Corolla. It had about 88k miles on it at that time. Since the moment I drove out of the shop, there has been a noise from my driver’s side front tire. There is no vibration in the steering wheel or on the floor and the noise only happens when the car is in motion. The timing and sound of the noise made me think it was caused by uneven wear pattern on the tires. But it’s been awhile since the rotation and the noise has not changed (neither increased nor decreased). The noise is most noticeable when I’m driving on certain road surfaces, like very smooth roads. Since the rotation, I’d be surprised if I’ve driven more than 500 miles max. Does anyone have any ideas about what this could be? My mother has me nervous that my car is in eminent danger of self-destruction!