Rotating tires is one of the most important (and easiest) things you can do to prolong their service life. But why? Why is it so important?
It’s simple. Front and rear tires wear differently. Parallel parking, cornering, acceleration, three-point turns all put different stresses on the front and rear tires. Not rotating them means that they are going to show different wear patterns, which will affect their tread life and your car’s ride and handling.
Regular rotations mean that your tires will wear more evenly, and will improve your car’s drivability. Chances are you’ll notice a difference in ride and handling with every rotation. So how often should you rotate?
Every other oil change seems like a pretty good rule of thumb (in other words, every 7-10,000 miles). Doing rotations yourself in your ...[more]Read More
There are several things you can do to prolong the life of your tires such as proper inflation and how you drive. For instant if your braking fast and taking sharp turns then chances are your tires aren’t going to last very long. However the most important thing you want to do to prolong the life of your tires is to regularly rotate your tires. Rotating your tires will help maintain even tread wear on all of your tires. Not only does it help prolong the life of your tire but it also helps maintain the performance as well.
Typically in a tire shop, it takes about 10 to 15 minutes to rotate and balance a passenger or a midsize van, truck, or SUV. If you are a do it yourself type of person and have the right set of tools this shouldn't take you any longer than 30 minutes.
Rotating your tires is simple and easy and can be done with minimal tools and at the comfort of your own driveway/garage/home. ...[more]Read More