Tire Rotations

You should rotate your tires every 10,000 to 13,000 kilometers. Not rotating your tires can leave to uneven tire treads, decreased tire life, and decreased vehicle performance. Doing a tire rotation not only removes those issues, but creates a smoother ride, better fuel economy, and longer-lasting tires and suspension.
It’s important to rotate your tires on a regular basis. This helps ensure even wear and tear, which can prolong the life of your tires. Rotating your tires also helps improve your vehicle’s handling and can improve fuel economy.

If you’re not sure when to rotate your tires, consult your owner’s manual or ask your mechanic. 

So why is it important to rotate your tires? Here are a few reasons:

1. Even wear and tear: Rotating your tires regularly helps ensure even wear and tear. This can prolong the life of your tires and save you money in the long run.

2. Improved handling: Rotating your tires can also improve your vehicle’s handling. This is because evenly worn tires provide better traction and stability.

3. Better fuel economy: If your tires are properly inflated and rotated on a regular basis, it can actually help improve your fuel economy. That’s because less rolling resistance means your engine doesn’t have to work as hard to move your vehicle down the road.

So, be sure to rotate your tires on a regular basis. It’s important for the longevity of your tires and the overall performance of your vehicle.