Tire Rotation 101, How It Can Save You Money and Keep You Safe

Taking care of your car can seem overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be. At Wilton Auto and Tire, we know that simple tasks like regular tire rotations and vehicle inspections can make a big difference in keeping your car running smoothly. No one wants to be hit with an unexpected repair bill, which is why we encourage you to bring your car in for routine check-ups.

Here are some common questions we get:

Why should I bother rotating my tires?

Over the years, our technicians have seen a lot of severe edge wear on tires. You should be rotating your tires way before it reaches this point. By doing this every 6000 miles, you can help your tires last longer and avoid having to buy new ones. This is because tires wear out unevenly if you don't rotate them regularly.

Do I really need to have my car inspected regularly?

Absolutely! Getting your vehicle inspected at least twice a year can help catch any problems early on, before they turn into big, expensive issues. It's like going to the doctor for a check-up!

Why should I care about premature tire wear?

Premature tire wear is a fancy way of saying that your tires wear out too quickly. This can happen if your wheels aren't aligned properly, if your tire pressure is too low, or if you don't rotate your tires often enough. If you take care of these things, your tires will last longer.

So, make sure you take good care of your car by rotating your tires and getting regular inspections. It'll save you money and keep you safe! Our team is here to help. Don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or concerns.

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Written by Wilton Auto and Tire Center