Content reviewed by Eric Riddles, ASE Certified Master Automobile Technician
Typically, every corner of the car wears tires differently. By rotating the tires, every wear pattern ends up on every tire making the set last longer. That’s why it’s important to rotate your tires every 3,000 to 6,000 miles in order to help eliminate premature tire wear and save you hundreds of dollars.
Rotating your tires is an integral part of your regularly scheduled car maintenance and is associated with many benefits. Besides maintaining an even amount of tread wear on all four tires, it can add years to your tires’ lifespan, improve your gas mileage and enables a more comfortable, smoother ride. Another additional benefit of rotating your tires is reducing vibrations and prolonging the life of your vehicle’s suspension components.
When our tire professionals remove the wheels in order to rotate your tires, we can inspect the undercarriage components and detect any issues in their early stages, saving you money in the long run. The majority of tire manufacturers require routine tire rotation to maintain the validity of your mileage warranty.
Since 1976, customer satisfaction remains our top priority. While you can expect to receive quality service and repairs, you also get the benefit of a job well done the first time around. Additionally, we offer a multitude of special and competitive pricing so you have the peace of mind of knowing you are getting a competitive price. Stop by one of our locations in Columbia, St. Louis, or Jefferson City, Missouri to speak with our auto repair specialists today.
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