Why Tire Rotation Is Important

The fact is that tires are constantly rotating as people cruise down the highway in their vehicle. However, that is not what ‘rotating your tires’ means. Rotating tires means changing their position. It can be right to left or from front to back. There is good reason to rotate your tires, since tires receive a lot of wear and tear when turning corners. You can easily see this as they wear on the outer edges. Rotating your tires will extend their life and also keep you and your passengers safe.

You can expect the following to happen during tire rotation.

  • 1. Service personnel remove tires to a new position
  • 2. The service person checks air pressure
  • 3. They also check the status of your brakes

When it is time to have your tires rotated or checked for wear and tear, give our service center a call. We will have you back on the road safely in no time.

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