TIRE ROTATION MAINTENANCE EXPLAINED
Your vehicle’s tires handle variable road forces contingent upon their position. Front tires handle additional engine weight and steering forces, causing them to wear faster than the rear tires. Leaving tires in the same place exposes them to irregular wear and driving problems associated with damaged tires. Rotation service repositions tires according to the recommended pattern for extended life and is recommended by all automakers and tire manufacturers. Tire rotation service is generally recommended every 10,000 miles in normal driving conditions.
MOPAR®-CERTIFIED TIRE ROTATION SERVICE
Choosing us ensures a value-added tire rotation service completed by a certified technician. We start by removing the wheel assemblies and inspecting the tires. The tire inspection includes a damage assessment, tread depth measurement, and air pressure adjustment. We examine the exposed steering, suspension, and braking components with the wheels removed. The certified technician mounts the wheels according to the recommended pattern at the model-specific lug nut torque.
ROTATION WITH BALANCING
Many customers interested in the best driving experience and longest-lasting tires get wheel balancing service with tire rotations since tread wear often leads to imbalances. We can easily balance your wheels with our digital balancer with the assemblies removed for the tire rotation service.