Because each tire on your car supports a different amount of weight, your tires can wear at different rates. By rotating your tires, you can extend their useful life. In addition, tires that are not rotated regularly could potentially void the manufacturer warranty.
You should always refer to your vehicle’s owner’s manual for the recommended time between rotations. If no rotation interval is specified, your tires should be rotated approximately every 6,000 miles (about every two oil changes).
If your tires show signs of irregular or uneven tread wear, bring your vehicle in to have one of our service technicians locate the cause of the wear problem.
Keep in mind that sometimes the front and rear tires on a vehicle may use different pressures. After a rotation is performed, we will adjust the individual pressure to the figures recommended by the vehicle manufacturer (based upon each tires new position on the vehicle).
Our expert technicians will not only rotate your tires, but will fully inspect your tires to make the right recommendations concerning repair or replacement if needed.
Our tire rotation service includes:
Checking tire pressure
Carefully inspecting tires to identify visible damage or abnormal wear patterns
Rotating tires according to the pattern recommended by your vehicle’s manufacturer
Torque lug nuts/bolts to the proper specifications
We will not only rotate your tires, but will fully inspect your brakes and suspension to insure tire longevity and driving safety.