Extend the life of your tires with a regular tire rotation and computer spin balancing. Most tires tend to show the greatest amount of physical wear on the shoulders, due to the combination of forces that act on your tire while your vehicle is changing lanes or making a turn. For this reason, tires wear unevenly. If your vehicle has not had a recent wheel alignment, your tire wear is likely to be more uneven than normal. This is why having regular tire rotation and balancing can save you significant expense by getting you the maximum mileage out of your tires.
Your tire manufacturer will recommend how often you should get a tire rotation—which is typically somewhere between 4,000 and 8,000 miles. If you notice vibration or shaking while you drive and steer, this is a strong indication that you may be overdue for a tire rotation. Also, if you have a tire patched to fix a flat, you may need to rebalance your tires.
Bring your vehicle to one of our five convenient locations for a tire rotation and balance service and enjoy free coffee and Wi-Fi while you wait. Call us today to set up an appointment.