Some Important Facts About Tire Rotations
If you want to avoid tread wear and prolong the life of your tires, you should have them rotated as part of your car's regular maintenance. Rotating your tires gives you a smoother ride and eases the stress on your car's suspension system.
The most common sign that your tires need rotating is uneven tread wear. Another indicator is when your tread starts to "feather." You can check your tires for feathering by running your hand along the surface of the tire tread. If it feels sharp on one side and smooth on the other, then your tires are starting to feather. Regularly rotating your tires also helps even out the wear and tear since the front and rear axles wear tires differently.
If you are not sure if your tires need rotating, come see us at Bryden Motors, and one of the technicians in our service center will thoroughly inspect each tire for signs of wear and tear.
Source: Bryden Motors