On average, you should have your tires rotated every 5,000-7,500 miles. However, it is important to consult your owner’s manual to be sure. While that’s a solid guide, your actual tire rotation needs may be different; keep reading if you have an AWD car or spend plenty of time off-road.
Because a front-wheel drive vehicle sends power to the two front wheels, these will naturally wear quicker than the rear. The same is true for RWD vehicles. However, the rear wheels will wear faster than the front. Let’s review a few helpful tips for rotating tires on FWD and RWD vehicles:
If you have a FWD or RWD vehicle, you should rotate your tires every 5,000-7,500 miles. However, you should check your owner’s manual to make sure that this is the correct interval.
If you are going to rotate the tires on your FWD model yourself, move the left front to the right rear. However, keep the front tires on the same side, so the right front would be moved to the right rear.
If you have a RWD car, the front tires should be sent to the back, and the rear tires should be sent to the front and switched.
When deciding how many miles pass until you rotate tires, road conditions can have a significant impact. If you drive on the rough roads around Federal Way, you should rotate your tires more often. You can take your vehicle to the experts at Sunset Kia of Auburn near Sumner to put together a comprehensive tire rotation plan.
If you have an AWD vehicle and want to know how often should you rotate your tires, the experts at Sunset Kia of Auburn are here to help. Tires on AWD vehicles wear at a different rate than FWD or RWD vehicles, and they should be rotated every 3,000-5,000 miles (again, check your owner’s manual).
If you don’t know if it’s time for your tires to be serviced, schedule a service appointment with the experts at Sunset Kia of Auburn. We have the tools and expertise to check the wear on your tires properly.
Rotating your tires can actually extend their overall lifespan, and this task even has some other benefits for your vehicle, such as:
Reduced stress on the vehicle’s drivetrain
Increased traction in inclement weather
To help your vehicle handle better in any inclement weather around Puyallup, it’s important to ensure a regular tire rotation is included in your maintenance plan. In the instance that your tires need to be replaced, come visit our parts department to choose the right tires for your vehicle.
If you’re worried about the cost of keeping up with routine maintenance, you’ve come to the right place. New vehicles and select pre-owned models from Sunset Kia of Auburn include Oil Changes for Life. And if something should ever go wrong with your powertrain, those same vehicles are backed by Warranty Protection for Life.
Have questions about when to rotate your tires or how Sunset Auto Family makes it easy to save on car care? Contact us today or drop by the service center.
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