TIRE ROTATION and COMPUTER SPEED BALANCE

On front wheel drive cars, it is especially important to rotate your tires periodically because the front tires wear faster than the rear. Uneven tire tread thickness, front to rear, will give you uneven braking and poor handling, especially in the rain.

If you don’t rotate the tires, you’ll wind up replacing them two at the time, which means you’ll always have uneven tread thickness.

Replacing tires in a matched set of four will keep the handling and braking traction of the car balanced. Having your tire balanced reduces wheel vibration, and helps the tire reach its life expectancy.

For your tire rotation, our technicians recommend having it rotated every 7,500 miles and computer balanced every 15,000 miles.