Tire Rotation

The condition of the tire is rarely a factor in driving. The thought that you don't need to do much else if your tires are inflated and get you where you need to go may be alluring. In today's hectic world, convenience frequently prioritizes meticulous automotive maintenance. How you drive and travel can also affect how long your tires last. Since a car's tires are the only component that touches the ground, they must be maintained.

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ROTATING TIRES FOR LASTING
TIRE PERFORMANCE

Your driving habits and travel habits have a significant impact on the life of your tires. Your vehicle's tires are the only parts that touch the road, so contact Eric's car care if you dont want to ignore them. It is normal for tire tread to wear down over time. It is natural for your tread to wear unevenly as a result of the natural operation of your vehicle. Your tires are becoming bald before the rest can create a potentially dangerous situation.

How Often Should You
Rotate Your Tires?

Rotating your tires every 5,000 - 6,000 miles is a good idea. To maximize tire performance and prolong life, regularly rotate your front and rear tires.

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As a general rule of thumb

Tire rotation is recommended every 5,000-6,000 miles (meanwhile, your driving style and vehicle type should also be considered).

Rotating front and rear tires

By switching the positions of your front and rear tires, you can improve your vehicle's handling and get more miles out of your tires.

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If you are still wondering when the last time you had your tires rotated was, please get in touch with Eric's Car Care.

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