y sentiments exactly. Michelins have a reputation for throwing belts.If your steering wheel was shaking the issue comes probably from one of your front tires. Before spending K$ it's probably best to check the tire pressure of all your tires with a tire gauge (not from the tpms sensors)
I'm going through this right now with my 2nd vehicle (2002 Impala, bought new, with 240,000+ miles on it now). Had a vibration in the front left wheel, so after removing the tire, inspecting it, and not seeing anything outwardly wrong, I did the "incremental test" and rotated it to the rear. Next day, on the way to work, same road, same vibration. So I pulled the wheel again on the weekend and did the 12/6 & 9/3 o'clock test on the still-factory-original hub. It seemed to fail (excess movement and dry sounding), so I just installed a new ACDelco hub, but noticed too, during replacement, that the brake disc was very hot to the touch. Hoping the bad hub was generating that heat, but made sure to re-grease the caliper pins on re-install.Not on my Bolt, but I've had some pretty rough shaking at specific speeds from the front end of my van when the CV joints were worn. The intensity varied depending on how much power was applied.