Rotating Tires For Lasting Tire Performance
Most drivers don’t often consider the health of their tires. If they’re
full of air and get you where you need to go, you may assume that you
don’t need to do much else. In today’s busy world, we understand
the tendency to choose convenience over thorough automotive care. However,
it’s important to consider the impact that travel, age, and your
driving habits have on your tires. As the only part of your vehicle that
touches the road, tire health is not something you should neglect.
tire tread wears down. Due to the natural functioning of your vehicle, your tread can wear unevenly.
This can be a potentially dangerous scenario if one or more of your tires
becomes bald before the others.
Worn tires and uneven tread wear can cause:
- Tire Noise
- Wheel Vibration
- Diminished Performance
How Often Should You Rotate Your Tires?
As a general rule of thumb, we recommend
rotating your tires every 5,000 - 6,000 miles
(although your driving style and vehicle typeshould also be taken into consideration). Rotating front and rear tires helps to ensure your tread wears down more
evenly, optimizing your tire performance and extending their life.
If you can’t remember the last time your tires were rotated, we invite
you to contact us at Christian Brothers Automotive.
Trusted Service From Our Auto Repair Professionals
At Christian Brothers Automotive, we are dedicated to reshaping the way
you think about car repair and service. Through our commitment to the
Nice Difference® and loving our neighbors as ourselves, our goal is
to always go above and beyond what you expect from an automotive shop.
For more than 35 years, our experienced technicians have been rotating
tires and making valuable service recommendations to our customers. Whether
you simply need an
oil change and
tire rotation, or are visiting us to help you with an
alignment problem, we can get you traveling again safely. Our service team will walk you
through the repair process every step of the way, and will never do anything
to your vehicle without your consent.