Tire Rotation

Correct Tire Rotation should be done every 3,000 - 6,000 miles or with every oil change. 


What it does: Rotating your tires is crucial for making your tires last longer. Rotating your tires suggests changing them from one side of the automobile to the additional, moving them from front to back or a mix of both, depending on your automobile and what was done before. Some tires should be rotated at specific periods, while others will need to be rotated depending on the wear.

Why service is important: Uneven tire wear can easily cause unsatisfactory performance, poor gas economy, shorten the life of the tire and can cause safety issues.

Proper tire rotation prolongs tire life. A number of elements can cause uneven tire wear:

  • Vigorous driving habits, stop and go urban area traffic, roadway construction, etc. Bumpy roads and pot holes
  • Under inflated tires
  • Worn Shocks
  • Unaligned wheels
  • Worn elements
  • Not rotating your tires

What we do during tire rotation:

  • Tires are rotated in alternating patterns
  • Inspect overall quality and safety of tires
  • Check tire tread
  • Examine for proper inflation
  • Tighten lug nuts

To discover when your tires need to be rotated, consult your vehicle's owner's manual or ask one of our auto mechanic - tire professionals today.