Top 5 key benefits of tire rotation
People weigh the price of new tires against their expected lifespan when deciding on tires. If tires are not rotated regularly, they will never last that many miles. Discuss the five benefits of a tire rotation at the Service Center.
Increases Tire Life
Rotating your tires can have many benefits, including extending the life of your tires. Rotating your tires does this by:
- Spreading tread wear evenly across all four tires
- Treadwear should be evenly distributed on all tires to reduce tread wear
- Preventing tire cupping
Tires that aren't rotated regularly can develop uneven tread wear, which strains the wheels. Over time, the stress placed on your wheels can cause damage to your suspension and steering system. You can extend the lifespan of your tires and other essential car components by improving their performance.
Owners Save Money
Your vehicle's handling will be affected if the tread thickness differs too much between axles. If one tire is more worn than another, it's best to replace them. Spreading out the wear on your tires will help you avoid replacing all four tires too soon.
Helps to Maintain Optimal Handling & Safety
The correct tire pressure and ride height are critical to the tires' optimal performance. However, tires not in the best conditions can cause your vehicle's handling problems and reduce its performance. Your vehicle's safety and handling will be affected if it is not handled correctly. You'll also notice a decreased ride quality and vibrations in the cabin.
Provides a Close Inspection of Tires
Rotating your tires allows you to inspect their condition from both sides. During rotations, people often find objects in their tires and bulges in their inner walls. This is an excellent opportunity for owners to repair or replace their tires and prevent a road accident.
Visual Inspection of Brakes & Undercarriage
The brakes can be inspected by removing the wheels from the vehicle during rotations. It is easy to inspect your brake shoes, rotors and wheels once the wheels have been removed. You'll only need a little more work to check drums and pads. A technician could perform the job with their tools efficiently.
This is an excellent opportunity to inspect the undercarriage visually. Our service advisors perform these inspections when your vehicle is on a lift for oil changes. If you use jack stands for oil changes, your vehicle's rear doesn't need to be lifted. Rotating tires require that you lift both ends. This allows you to kill two birds by one.
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