Tire Rotation

Uneven tire wear is common on vehicles due to uneven weight distribution, turning, and uneven stress loads being applied to the front and rear tires. Your front tires carry over 60% of your vehicle's weight and so wear down faster than your rear tires.

Most manufacturers recommend a tire rotation every 5,000 miles driven, or around the time of each oil change. During a tire rotation, we equalize the natural wear patterns by switching the left rear tire with the right front tire, and the right rear tire with the left front tire.

Swing by our Rowlett or Terrell location for your tire rotation.

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