About Tire Rotation
Even wear is important to the life of your tires. Otherwise, one tire may need to be replaced before the others and you'll have a set of tires with drastically different lifespans. This is why regular rotations are a critical part of your vehicle's maintenance. Rotating your tires may also be required to keep your vehicle covered under warranty.
Getting a tire rotation means periodically changing the position of your tires. During your rotation, we may rotate the front tires to the back, the left tires to the right, or may even move them diagonally. Because the weight on the front and rear tires differs, as well as the frequency your vehicle turns in a single direction, your tires will wear unevenly. Tire rotations are recommended every 7,500 to 12,500 km; however, this will differ depending on your vehicle's make and model. See your owner's manual for more info.When you need expert advice, you can count on the team at Integra Tire Grande Prairie to get your vehicle up and running in tip-top shape.
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