Tire rotation is critical for long-term tire maintenance and safety. As a driver and owner, you need to know what tire rotation is, why it's done, and when you should get the service done.

Rotating the tires involves repositioning the tires in a specified pattern, either side to side or front to back. This tire movement ensures the tires wear evenly, which maintains their integrity. It's a perfect time to check tread wear, ensure tire balance, and verify air pressure. All of this keeps the tire in good condition and safe. Regular tire rotation is often required to maintain the tire warranty.

Car manufacturers recommend specific intervals between tire rotations. For those that don't know the specified interval, 5,000 miles is a good rule of thumb. This is especially true for brand-new tires which need to be broken in. You can count on the services of the service department here at Subaru of Spokane.



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