Tire Rotation

Do you feel your tires are wearing differently and causing issues while driving? You may need to rotate your tires. Bring your vehicle in to one of our locations today and we will inspect your tire’s wear patterns then rotate your tires as needed.

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What Is A Tire Rotation, And When Is A Tire Rotation Service Needed

Having your tires rotated simply means moving the tires from one position to another to promote uniform tire wear. If you don’t have them rotated on a routine basis, the tires that absorb the most force can wear prematurely and compromise your handling. Help your tires last longer with a visit to us, especially if you think you’re overdue for a rotation, and let one of our trusted technicians help ensure you’re getting the most from your tire investment.

Signs You Need Your Tires Rotated:
  • Your tires have noticeable wear.
  • You’ve driven 3,000 to 6,000 miles since your last rotation.

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First, our tire technicians will carefully evaluate the position of your tires and the wear they’ve sustained to determine if it’s time for a rotation.

If, based on our recommendation, you decide on a rotation, our next step will be to help preserve the life of your tires with a service that includes:

  • Removing your tires
  • Carefully inspecting their tread-wear patterns
  • Rotating your tires to the positions recommended by your vehicle manufacturer
  • Resetting your tire-pressure monitoring system (TPMS) as needed

Learn more about our Tire Pressure Monitoring System Service and when you may need it.

Our service locations offer tire rotation services for your vehicle. To find a service center near you, go to our find a service center page. Find a Service Center

Your tires may wear differently, depending on their position on your vehicle, your driving style, and the condition of your suspension. This uneven wear can lead to poor performance and decreased mileage.

Rotating your tires helps distribute tire wear more evenly, leading to better mileage and maximized traction on all four wheels.

All four tires of your vehicle are the only parts touching the ground. Having your tires rotated helps to prolong the tire’s tread life by promoting more uniform tread wear on all four tires.

Routine rotations will also help to have the four tires be replaced at once, rather than in a pair at different times. The key is having the front tires match the rear tires which will help the tire’s handling when driving.

Tire rotation is a routine maintenance service that should be performed every 3,000 to 6,000 miles.