Tire Rotation

Tire Rotation

Appropriate tire rotation must be done every 3,000 - 6,000 miles or with every oil change.

What it does: Rotating your tires is essential to ensuring your tires last longer. This means changing them from one side of the vehicle to the other, moving them from front to back or a combination of both, depending on your vehicle and what was done previously. Some tires need to be rotated at specific intervals, while others will have to be rotated depending on the wear.

Why service is essential: Uneven tire wear may result in poor performance and bad fuel efficiency. It can also shorten the life of the tire and can cause safety issues.

Several variables may cause unequal tire wear:

  • Energetic driving practices, stop and go urban area traffic, roadway construction, etc.
  • Broken terrain and pot holes
  • Under inflated tires
  • Worn shocks
  • Unaligned steering wheels
  • Used elements
  • Not rotating your tires

What we do during tire rotation:

  • Tires are rotated in alternating patterns
  • Examine general quality and protection of tires
  • Examine tire tread
  • Check for effective inflation
  • Tighten lug nuts

To learn when your tires need to be rotated, consult your vehicle’s owner's manual or ask a Chabill’s Tire & Auto Service tire professional today. Contact us to arrange your next tire rotation in conjunction with your other vehicle maintenance needs.

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