Having the tires of your vehicle rotated regularly can help prevent a number of issues. By not rotating your tires you can create uneven wear on your tires, resulting in your front tires needing to be replaced before the rear, unworn, tires, creating an endless cycle of tire replacement. If you have front-wheel drive, neglecting to rotate your tires will cause that chop to form on the front tires, whereas an all-wheel drive vehicle with have a more even wear. Rotating your tires also provides better traction in less than ideal road conditions.
How often do tires need to be rotated?
Though the recommended frequency of tire rotations can vary from vehicle to vehicle, the average interval between rotations is 5,000 to 8,000 miles driven. Keep in mind that all-wheel drive vehicles need their tires rotated more often than front-wheel drive models. It’s also a good practice to schedule your tire rotation whenever you take your vehicle in for a regularly scheduled oil change. Oil changes are recommended roughly every 3,000 to 7,000 miles, making it easy to have all of your vehicle maintenance done at once.
At Kia of Muncie we offer our customers more than just tire rotations. We have competitive prices on a variety of services including brake service, tire alignments, muffler and exhaust repair, transmission flush, electrical service and more. Getting the right service for your Kia is easy with Kia of Muncie. We have trained technicians who specialize in Kia products and performance. With our dealership your Kia is in the right hands.
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