Why Tire Rotation is Important
Did you know that rotating your tires is the easiest way to extend the life of your tires? Rotating your tires on a regular basis helps maintain even tread wear which improves drivability and enhances your safety.
Ever wonder why tire manufacturers require regular tire rotation to maintain their warranty? Whether your vehicle has front-, rear-, all- or four-wheel drive, the weight and workload is unevenly distributed among the four wheels, with the front tires bearing the biggest burden due to steering and additional weight. Uneven wear between tires can cause your vehicle to vibrate at higher speeds and may result in early tire failure, requiring you to replace the tires more frequently than you might if you had rotated them regularly. By spreading the wear evenly across all four tires their tread life is maximized.