The front tires on a front-wheel drive vehicle accelerate, steer, and help brake your vehicle. Front tires tend to wear down faster than rear tires. Typically rear wheel tires last twice as long as front wheel tires. Ideally, we recommend you replace all four tires at the same time. Rotating your tires helps ensure even wearing for all your tires. Contact our staff to get your tires rotated.
How do I know when to rotate my tires?
Follow your vehicle's owner's manual suggestions, rotate them with every other oil change, or rotate them every 3,000 to 7,000 miles.
Keep in mind, some vehicles require their Tire Pressure Monitoring System be reset with a computer. This may incur additional fees.