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4 Reasons to Rotate Your Tires Regularly

4 Reasons to Rotate Your Tires Regularly

Keeping up with the overall health of your vehicle will ultimately extend its life and save you from spending money to address major problems.

A major part of car ownership is regular maintenance. This, of course includes oil changes, brake inspections, fluid level checks, and tire rotations. Keeping up with the overall health of your vehicle will ultimately extend its life and save you from spending money to address major problems. In this post, we outline four reasons why you should remember to get your tires rotated regularly.  

Tread Life

The treads of your tires are one of the top indicators of how they will perform on the road. Based on your driving habits, the areas where you drive the most, and even temperature, the tread on your tires will begin to wear unevenly. Rotating them regularly helps address this by of course, changing the positions of your tires.


Without regular tire rotations, you’ll notice a difference in the comfort, stability, and overall handling of your vehicle. It could also affect your car’s alignment. Ensuring that your tires are regularly rotated reduces the stress on your car, which makes for an overall safer vehicle, especially when it comes to stopping in inclement weather.


Uneven tire tread directly leads to an increased workload on your car. It actually takes more gas to get your vehicle going. With regular tire rotations, you’ll be able to fully benefit from your car’s gas mileage. The stability, alignment, and friction of the car as it drives down the road are all contributing factors to decreased gas mileage. Ensuring that the tread on all of your tires is as even as possible reduces the stress and workload on your car, allowing it to achieve the gas mileage that it was designed to provide.


The more major problems reveal themselves in your vehicle, the more money you’ll have to spend. Maintenance is inevitable when it comes to owning a car, but regular maintenance can help you keep an eye on your car’s performance and potentially save you from very expensive repairs. Most vehicles require a tire rotation after 7,500 miles. As outlined in the previous points, you can see how keeping up with tire rotations has a major impact on the overall performance of your car. Doing the work as you go will ultimately save you from playing catch up and having to pay more money for more extensive repairs.

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