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When a driver purchases a vehicle, the journey is just beginning. There are many little things that are actually quite important, such as oil changes and tire service. Besides basic maintenance of fluid levels, one of the most important elements of keeping one's car healthy and safe is frequent tire service.

A tire service should consist of your mechanic checking the tires for potential damage, how are the tread wearing, air pressure levels, and the condition of the sidewalls. A tire rotation may be one of the most prominent parts of this service. This means that the wheels and tires are "rotated" around to other positions on the car. The main purpose is to keep all the tires equal by ensuring that the wear and tear are occurring evenly on all four tires.

Your tires are a safety system on your vehicle. They maintain traction with the road, keeping it going in the direction you want it to go. If your tires can’t get good traction, you may begin to skid or slide and end up in a vehicle accident or going off the road.

You may be asking, “Why rotate my tires?” As you drive, your tires wear. In nearly all vehicles, the tires on the primary drive wheels wear predominantly. That means on a front wheel drive car, the front tires wear more. On a rear wheel drive car, it’s the rear tires that wear out more quickly. In order for the tires to wear evenly, the tires need to be changed from the front to the back and vice versa.

How Often Should I Rotate My Tires?

Have your tires rotated by a professional mechanic every 5,000 to 8,000 miles, or as recommended in your owner’s manual for optimum tread life and safe operation. It will save you money over the life of your tires. However, if your mechanic advises that your tires need to be rotated before the recommended interval due to their condition, it would be a good idea to heed the recommendation.

Tip to Remember: To improve the safety of your vehicle, make tire rotation one of your regular maintenance stops!

Wondering how much do tire rotations cost? Contact our ASE Certified technicians at Expert Car Care today for more information about tire service and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves residents in the community of West Allis, WI, and surrounding area.

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When scheduling a tire service, you may need to include a tire rotation. Ask your mechanic how much do tire rotations cost & how often it should be done.
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2017

When a driver purchases a vehicle, the journey is just beginning. There are many little things that are actually quite important, such as oil changes and tire service. Besides basic maintenance of fluid levels, one of the most important elements of keeping one's car healthy and safe is frequent tire service.

A tire service should consist of your mechanic checking the tires for potential damage, how are the tread wearing, air pressure levels, and the condition of the sidewalls. A tire rotation may be one of the most prominent parts of this service. This means that the wheels and tires are "rotated" around to other positions on the car. The main purpose is to keep all the tires equal by ensuring that the wear and tear are occurring evenly on all four tires.

Your tires are a safety system on your vehicle. They maintain traction with the road, keeping it going in the direction you want it to go. If your tires can’t get good traction, you may begin to skid or slide and end up in a vehicle accident or going off the road.

You may be asking, “Why rotate my tires?” As you drive, your tires wear. In nearly all vehicles, the tires on the primary drive wheels wear predominantly. That means on a front wheel drive car, the front tires wear more. On a rear wheel drive car, it’s the rear tires that wear out more quickly. In order for the tires to wear evenly, the tires need to be changed from the front to the back and vice versa.

How Often Should I Rotate My Tires?

Have your tires rotated by a professional mechanic every 5,000 to 8,000 miles, or as recommended in your owner’s manual for optimum tread life and safe operation. It will save you money over the life of your tires. However, if your mechanic advises that your tires need to be rotated before the recommended interval due to their condition, it would be a good idea to heed the recommendation.

Tip to Remember: To improve the safety of your vehicle, make tire rotation one of your regular maintenance stops!

Wondering how much do tire rotations cost? Contact our ASE Certified technicians at Expert Car Care today for more information about tire service and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves residents in the community of West Allis, WI, and surrounding area.

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