How Often Should I Rotate My Tires?
Staying up to date with proper and routine maintenance keeps your car, truck, or SUV running safer and longer. One of the most frequently asked questions regarding car service is “how often should I rotate my tires?”. The time interval between tire rotations can vary but they should be rotated consistently after a certain amount of miles. Rotating your tires on time helps to maintain uniform tread depth in order to provide maximum gripping power through all seasons. Keep reading to learn more about the importance of tire rotation along with how often you should rotate your tires so they last as long as possible.
Is It Time to Rotate My Tires?
Regular tire rotations keep your tires wearing evenly which extends their life and saves you money in the long run. Most tire manufacturers recommend rotating your tires every 5,000 to 7,500 miles and the owner’s manual of your specific vehicle will tell you the rotation pattern and desired mileage for your tire rotation.
Rotating your tires is definitely a job that can be accomplished on your own if you have the space and proper tools for the job. All you’ll need is a hard and flat working surface, a car jack, jack stands, a torque wrench, and just normal hand tools. If the thought of performing any sort of work or maintenance on your vehicle is overwhelming then you can bring your car, truck, or SUV to Matt Castrucci Kia in Dayton, OH and one of our highly skilled and courteous service technicians can get your tires rotated for you. Click on the link below to schedule a tire rotation with our friendly service center.
Matt Castrucci Kia can also help you with tire balancing, alignments, oil changes, brakes, headlights, battery checks, and much more. If your car is in need of any sort of service you can click on the link below to schedule an appointment or inspection and if your current car already has one tire in the grave then you can browse our affordable used inventory to find a nicer and newer vehicle for yourself.