Indexes can be incredibly beneficial to your database performance; however, they do come with a cost—indexes both consume storage space and affect insert performance. Therefore, it is important as part of your index maintenance procedures that you periodically check to see if your indexes are being used. Many times, indexes are created in the belief they are needed but in fact they are never used. You can reduce that IO overhead on inserts when you remove unnecessary indexes.
I’ll use the same script. Typically, I won’t drop unless total reads is 0 or at least two or three orders of magnitude smaller than writes. Sometimes you have indexes which don’t get used frequently but support very expensive or time-sensitive reports, and you don’t want those getting caught up in your dragnet.