Just what is tire rotation, and why is it so important? Your tires rotate while you drive; isn't that enough? While it's true that driving rotates your tires, that's not the kind of tire rotation your car needs. As you drive along, your tires undergo wear and tear. However, they don't all wear evenly. Your front tires wear more on the outside, since they're used for steering, and your rear tires wear more uniformly. The tires used for driving undergo more wear as well.

If left alone, your tires will wear unevenly, and give you worse performance on the road. This isn't just inconvenient; it's unsafe. Tire rotation involves taking the wheels off your car and putting them in a different wheel well. This evens out the wear and tear and your tires, and has them wear more uniformly. The experts in our service center will have your tires rotated in no time, so schedule an appointment today.

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