How Often Should You Rotate Your Tires?
Wondering when to rotate tires? In general, you’ll want to rotate your car’s tires every 5,000- to 7,500 miles. Although this is a general rule, to know exactly how many miles to rotate tires on your vehicle, you’ll always want to consult your car’s owner’s manual. Still wondering when to rotate tires? Check out this tire rotation guide from the experts at Tenneson Nissan, your Tifton-areaservice center for all of your car care needs, then contact us today to learn more!
FWD and RWD Vehicle Tire Rotations
Front-wheel-drive (FWD) and rear-wheel-drive (RWD) simply indicate where engine power is directed. In a front-wheel-drive vehicle, force is propelled towards the front tires. In a rear-wheel-drive vehicle, power is directed towards the rear wheel tires. As you may have guessed, the set of tires receiving the most force wears down faster than the opposite tire set. For both front-wheel-drive and rear-wheel-drive cars, rotating tires every 5,000 to 7,500 miles remains a good rule of thumb. You’ll want to consult your vehicle owner’s manual for specific figures, however, before you head out on Albany and Douglas roads.
AWD Tire Rotations
Wondering how many miles to rotate tires on your all-wheel-drive (AWD) vehicle? All-wheel-drive cars are designed differently, which causes each tire to wear distinctly and at various speeds. Thus, the general rule for how many miles to rotate tires with 3,000-5,000 miles for all-wheel-drive cars. As with all vehicles, however, you’ll want to check your vehicle owner’s manual to learn specifically when to rotate tires on your vehicle. If you can’t remember the last time your tires were rotated, our expert service center here at Tenneson Nissan is here to help! Schedule service and we’ll inspect your vehicle to see whether you’re due for a tire rotation before getting back on Fitzgerald and Moultrie streets!
Why Get Tire Rotations?
Now that we’ve addressed the question of, “How Often Should You Rotate Your Tires?,” you may be asking yourself what the purpose of tire rotations is. Tire rotations, put simply, will keep you safe and extend your tires’ lifespan. Regular tire rotations, more specifically, yield these extra benefits as you’re driving around %%target_city_6%%:
- Enhanced traction on slick roads
- Less road noise as you’re driving
- Relieves excessive drivetrain stress
Schedule Your Tire Rotation at Tenneson Nissan
Now that you’ve learned more about tire rotations, it’s time to schedule your rotation before heading back out on Tifton roads. Our top-notch tire center is here with certified technicians to help answer your questions and address all of your tire needs!