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 Tire Rotation in Lithia Springs
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Why Do I Need to Rotate My Tires?

Tires and wheels need to be rotated for even tire wear, front-to-back and side-to-side. When you drive, your tire's wear patterns will vary depending on which side of the car they are on, the roads, and the weather. Tire rotation helps prevent uneven wear on the tires, making them last longer and keeping you safer on the road. It's important to rotate the tires even if they are not showing signs of wear, as the changes might be too small to notice with just your eyes. Also, when rotating your tires, the technicians can check the tires for any improper inflation issues, tread depth or other significant concerns.

How Often Should You Rotate Tires? Every Season?

Tires are typically rotated every 5,000 to 7,500 miles. Always follow your Nissan owner's manual and the recommended guidelines from tire companies about how often you should rotate your tires, as the distances can vary based on the type of tire. However, it's vital on front-wheel-drive vehicles to make sure the front tires don't get too much wear and tear as they control the power from the engine, the steering, and 70-80% of the braking. Before winter or the wet season, make sure these tires are ready by having them rotated and inspected by an AutoNation Nissan Thornton Road technician.

What Kind of Tire Rotation Do I Need?

There are a couple of tire rotation patterns, depending on your style of car and tires. The pattern of rotation depends on whether you have a front-wheel-drive car, if the tires are non-directional, if the tires are the same size, and if the car or truck is 4-wheel or all-wheel-drive. It is good to rotate the spare tire, assuming it matches the size and direction of the other four tires on the vehicle. The AutoNation Nissan Thornton Road service technicians can help find the right rotation pattern for you and get you back on the road quickly!

Schedule a Tire Rotation Appointment Today

Rotating the tires on your car or truck is something you need to get done on a regular basis. We're here to help take care of that for you and get Regular tire rotations are an essential part of routine vehicle maintenance. Whether you have front-wheel-drive, rear-wheel-drive, 4-wheel drive or all-wheel-drive, rotating tires is important for the upkeep of your vehicle. Schedule an appointment, and we'll take care of that for you and get you back on the road as soon as possible. Whether it's before a road trip, or simply that time again, contact us to schedule your next tire rotation.

We look forward to seeing you at our Lithia Springs location!
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