FREE TIRE ROTATION! – On most cars, trucks and SUVs.
Rotations do not include de-mounting and re-mounting of wheels
Tire rotation is undertaken to ensure that the tires wear evenly. This can extend tire life and save you money.
Even tire wear is also important for balanced handling. For example, failure to rotate tires on a front-wheel-drive vehicle will eventually result in the front tires having significantly less tread than the rear tires. In an emergency, this could make the vehicle more difficult to control, especially if the road is wet.
Some cars with no suspension or alignment problems may also inflict unusual wear patterns on tires that are not rotated, shortening their life. Tread cupping, which can cause high noise levels and vibration, is one such unusual wear pattern that can be eliminated by rotating the tires.
There is one final reason for rotating the tires on a regular schedule: The tire maker may require it to keep its warranty in force.
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