Increased tire wear.
Lower gas mileage as there are more drive shaft and other rotating components that the engine has to power
Another disadvantage to owning a four wheel drive vehicle is the expense of tires.
Four wheel drive vehicle consume more fuel and the vehicle is more costly.
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