Have you rotated your tires recently?
Front and rear tires wear differently, so it’s important to rotate your tires periodically. According to Edmunds.com, this helps equalize tread wear and maximize the life of your tires. Regular tire rotation may also be a condition of your tire warranty.
So, just how often should you incorporate tire rotation into your car maintenance plan? As always, we recommend you check your owner’s manual for specific guidelines. If you’re still not sure, a general rule of thumb is to rotate your tires every 6,000 to 8,000 miles. In fact, if you do this every other time you change your oil, you’ll be in great shape.