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How Often Should You Rotate Your Tires at Certified Tire Shop?

Taking the time to have Regular Tire Repairs & Service when necessary, and making sure that the proper tire rotations are performed by factory trained and certified technicians will make your tires last longer and ensure the safety of you and others around you.

In regard to tire rotations, the front tires wear more on the shoulders due to the heavy force of handling of corners. Front wheel drive vehicles take much more force on the front tires than rear wheel vehicles. For most vehicles, the tires are rotated from the front to the back, at most tire service centers. Each tire manufacturer has a recommendation for the frequency of how often the tires should be rotated, usually between 5,000 and 8,000 miles.

Be sure to have a Quality Tire Repair Service for your Vehicle!

Many tire repairs can be prevented with the proper maintenance. If you are unsure if your vehicle may need new tires completely, there are usually some telltale signs, but it is best to have them checked by a certified technician.

Proper tire inflation pressure is necessary for optimal tire performance, safety, and fuel economy. To maintain proper inflation pressure, check pressure at least monthly when tires are cool with an accurate tire gauge. This is one of the most important things you can do to promote optimal tire durability and extend the tire tread life. Always consult your vehicle owner manual and follow the vehicle manufacturer replacement tire recommendations or see a certified professional.

Lack of rotation, worn suspension parts, underinflation, over inflation, wheel imbalance, and misalignment are the main causes of irregular tire wear. Always have your tires rotated according to your vehicle's manufacturer's recommendations or take your car to your trusted local factory trained and certified technician for all of your car care needs. Keeping a record in your glove compartment along with receipts and recommendations for future car care is also a great way to stay on top of your tire and other car care needs.

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