You already know that vehicles need routine maintenance such as oil changes. Did you also know part of maintenance on any vehicle is the proper rotation of tires? The proper rotation of your tires every few thousand miles is important for the longevity of your tires and unnecessary financial burden. Let's take a look at 3 reasons why you should keep your tires rotated according to manufacturers recommendations.
Extend the Life of Your Tires
The tires on the front of your vehicle will wear differently than the tires on the rear. The difference in wear can be attributed to the fact that the front of your vehicle is heavier and your vehicle turns using the front tires. Rotating your tires will help them to wear more evenly. Failure to do so can result in the need to replace all four tires much sooner than you will need to with proper rotation.
There's nothing worse than a long road trip or even the commute to work riding in a vehicle that rides rough. Rotating the tires will help them wear evenly, which in turn will give you a smoother ride. Tires which are not rotated will wear unevenly and make for a rough ride.
Most consumers do not realize that the warranty they have purchased with their tires, comes with stipulations. Often times, one of those stipulations is that the tires must be properly rotated in order for the warranty to remain valid.
Proper tire rotation is important whether it is your everyday car or your recreational vehicle. The proper rotation pattern will depend on the type of vehicle and can be found in the instruction manual. TireGet proudly carries tires for everything from consumer vehicles, recreational vehicles, lawn equipment, and heavy-duty commercial equipment. Contact us today to find the perfect tires at an affordable price!