TIRE ROTATION

Consistent tire rotations preserve your tires tread depth for as long as possible, giving you better gas mileage, improved performance and safety, and a longer lifespan for your tire.

Tire Rotation: It's Preventive Care for Your Tires

During a tire rotation, technicians remove each wheel and place it in a different location on your vehicle. The tire rotation pattern they use will guarantee your tires get the refresh they need to stay in their best condition.

A Tire Rotation service includes:

  • Removing the wheels
  • Inspecting the tire tread and wear patterns
  • Completing a tire rotation following the correct rotation pattern
  • Visual brake inspection
  • Re-mounting the wheels
  • Resetting the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS), as needed
  • Tire pressure adjustment¬†
  • Courtesy vehicle inspection

How Often Should You Get a Tire Rotation?

A good rule of thumb is every 5,000 miles. Depending on your vehicle, driving style, and tire type, you may need to rotate your tires more or less often. If you’re not sure, stop by Integrity Car Care. We’ll help you come up with a rotation schedule.

Regular tire rotations can help spot uneven tire wear early. Going too long between rotations may result in a wear pattern that can’t be fixed, no matter where the tire is moved on the vehicle. These wear patterns could result in the need for new tires sooner than expected.

When you buy tires from Integrity Car Care, they come with free tire rotations. And when you bring your vehicle into Integrity Car Care for tire rotations, you’ll go home with information on your tire rotation, your tire’s tread depth, air pressure, and information on what caused the leak.

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