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How often should you rotate your tires? Generally, when to rotate tires should be every 5,000 to 7,500 miles. This works as a rule of thumb, but consult your owner’s manual for exact figures. Need more information? Review this guide from the service department at Westpointe Chrysler Jeep Dodge, your Oklahoma City-area Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram dealer.
“Front-wheel drive” and “rear-wheel drive” simply refer to where power from the engine is sent. Front-wheel drive or FWD cars push the front tires, while rear-wheel drive or RWD cars send it to the rear tires. The set of tires getting the bulk of the engine power wear faster than the others. So keep these tire rotation tips in mind, depending on the vehicle you drive:
Curious how many miles to rotate tires on an all-wheel-drive or AWD model? Each tire wears differently on these vehicles, and at different speeds. So most experts say to rotate tires on an AWD vehicle every 3,000 to 5,000 miles. But of course, check your owner’s manual for specific numbers for your particular vehicle. Can’t remember the last time you performed a tire rotation? Schedule service at Westpointe Chrysler Jeep Dodge and get an inspection to see if you’re due. Tires usually require a rotation once the tread variance exceeds 2/32 of an inch.
Why is it important to rotate your tires? Tire rotation extends the life of your tires and gives your vehicle a variety of additional benefits:
Be better prepared for hazardous weather around El Reno, and keep tire rotations as part of your maintenance plan. Properly caring for your tires doesn’t mean they’ll last forever. So if you’re in need of replacement, we can help you out!
For any information regarding tire care, contact us today. Our certified technicians near Mustang are always standing by to help answer your questions and provide trusted advice, including how to check car oil and other service tips.
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