Tire Rotations are important, why?

Tire rotations are routine maintenance services that involve moving each tire to a different position on the vehicle to ensure even tire wear. The goal is to extend the lifespan of your tires by distributing wear more evenly among all four tires. Common tire rotation patterns include front-to-back, side-to-side, and crisscross rotations.

During a tire rotation, the technician will:

  1. Remove each tire from the vehicle.
  2. Inspect the tires for signs of damage or unusual wear.
  3. Reinstall the tires in a specified rotation pattern, which may vary depending on the type of vehicle and tire configuration.
  4. Balance the tires to ensure they are evenly weighted, reducing vibrations and ensuring smooth performance.

Regular tire rotations are essential for maintaining tire longevity, improving handling, promoting even tire wear, and ensuring a safe and comfortable driving experience. They are typically performed as part of routine maintenance and help maximize the value of your tire investment.