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Tires don’t wear evenly because of driving habits and the condition of Cedar Park roads. Generally, the outside edges of the front tires show greater wear while the rear wheels wear more evenly. When you rotate your tires, you’re ensuring an even wear across all four tires, making your ride more stable and lengthening the lives of your tires.
Your tires will need to be rotated at different times, based on your vehicle and your driving habits. Generally, front_ and rear-wheel drive vehicles need their tires rotated every 5,000-7,500 miles. All-wheel drive vehicles need to be rotated every 3,000-5,000 miles because each tire is actively engaged when you drive on Cedar Park roads. To make sure you’re changing your tires at the proper time, check your vehicle’s owner’s manual for precise instructions.
When it’s time to rotate your tires, you’ll change their positions based on what kind of drivetrain you have. Follow the instructions below for FWD and RWD drivetrains:
Now that you know how to rotate your tires, grab the following tools:
Once you have these tools, follow these seven easy steps on how to do a tire rotation:
Don’t have the tools you need or the time to rotate your tires? If not, the expert mechanics at Nyle Maxwell Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram can rotate them for you! In addition, we offer a variety of service specials available for
Georgetown drivers. Schedule a service appointment today and we’ll have you back on the road in no time!