It is best to have your vehicle's tires rotated every 3,000 to 6,000 miles, which will prevent the tires from premature and excessive wear.

When a vehicle's tires at rotated, they will be moved from one side to the other, from front to back, or both. As a result, it will help prevent uneven wear on the tires and will boost performance and gas mileage. Typical tire rotations include the removal and inspection of the tires, placing them where they will wear evenly, and readjusting the tire-pressure monitors.

Your driving habits, the shape of the suspension, and the vehicle's position will influence how the tires wear. Not only will regular tire rotations extend the life of your vehicle's tires, but it also helps the tires maintain optimal traction. Next time your vehicle's tires need to be rotated, come visit us at WestStar Chrysler Jeep Dodge.



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