Why rotate my tyres?
Rotating tyres keeps them from wearing unevenly. That will make your ride smoother and handling safer. And it extends the life of your tyres , saving you time and money in the long run.
What happens if they are not changed?
Tyres tend to wear unevenly. The front tyres tend to wear on the outside edges because the tyres leans over when you turn a corner. The rear tyres just follow the fronts, so they usually wear more evenly. If you leave tyres in place, those outside edges on the front tyres will wear down much faster than the rest. You’ll have to replace the tyres thousands of miles sooner.
What do we do?
There are 3 key things that should happen during a tyre rotation:
- Each tyre is removed from your car, and moved to a different position.
- Air pressure is checked and adjusted as necessary.
- Brakes is checked while the tyres are off and it’s easy to see and reach them.
How often do they need to be rotated?
Tyres should be rotated every six months or 10,000 to 12,000 kilometres.
Benefits of having your tyres rotated.
- Makes your ride smoother and handling safer.
- Extends the life of your tyres.