When it comes to routine maintenance, rotating your tires can save you a bundle in the long run. Signs it may be time to rotate your tires include uneven tire wear, noise and vibration, and uneven front to rear tread wear. There are quite a few benefits as to why you should rotate your tires routinely.
A simple, quick tire rotation can extend the life of your tires by thousands of miles, which means you won’t need a new set as often. By keeping the amount of tread wear on all four tires even, you’re also getting the most comfortable ride possible, while also achieving the best fuel efficiency you can.
Rotating your tires routinely will also give you the opportunity to spot other potential problems on your car. When you remove the tires for rotation, you are able to see the undercarriage clearly. From there, you, or a mechanic, can spot any problems in the early stages as opposed to later on when it becomes an expensive repair. Rotating your tires also extends the life of your car’s suspension by reducing vibrations.
Check your owner’s manual for guidelines on when to rotate your tires and the best rotation pattern for your car! If you have any questions about it, be sure to ask our service department at Don Brown Chevrolet!