Fort Collins Auto Repair

The Benefits of Tire Rotations


We rely on our tires to get us from point A to point B. Consistent tire rotations are essential to extend their life. Without them, your tire performance can experience costly setbacks. For most drivers, a tire rotation should be done every 5,000 to 6,000 miles. However, this is depending on driving habits. For drivers who frequently commute or are using their vehicle for rideshare or deliveries, you may need a rotation sooner than later. Tire rotations are essential because they have several advantages to tire performance and the safety of the drive. We’ve outlined below a few significant benefits to tire rotations.  

Tire rotations extend the life of the tire tread.
Several aspects can cause different effects on the tread of your tires. Driving on commutes, city driving, and various terrain wear the tread differently. If the tire tread wears inconsistently, you increase the risk of flats and tire blowouts. A tire rotation service ensures the tread wears evenly over all tires to extend their life. This type of tire maintenance can prevent costly tire replacement that can hurt your wallet in the long run.

Tire rotations improve fuel efficiency.
When your tires are properly maintained, they help the engine perform better. Tires that are unevenly worn forces the engine to work harder to move your vehicle. Tire rotations provide an increase in traction and stability, saving your money in fuel costs. If your car is suddenly becoming a gas guzzler, consider getting the tires rotated. 

There’s an increase in overall vehicle performance.
Tire rotations are a huge benefit during winter weather. Regular rotation maintenance will improve stability, comfort, and performance. Rotating the tire ensures there is fresh tread available to adequately grip the road and provide enough handling during wet weather.  

Tire rotation service in Fort Collins, CO 

 Your vehicle’s owner’s manual has manufacturer key recommendations for rotation intervals for your specific vehicle. If your tires frequently lose pressure, the tire tread is uneven, or you’re noticing unusual vibrations, bring your car in for a tire inspection. You may be tempted to rotate your tires on your own. However, it’s always best to trust the experts. How your tires are rotated is based on the particular drive train your vehicle has. Our ASE Certified experts are tire professionals that can rotate your tires and have you safely back on the road in no time.  

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