Skipping or delaying a Chevrolet tire rotation in Milan means risking everything from the inconvenience of a flat tire to a dangerous lack of traction next time you’re taking a corner. That’s why the Victory Chevrolet Buick service team decided to put together a quick guide to bring you up to speed on tire rotation basics.
Simply read on for answers to the following common questions:
Something many drivers don’t know is that tires tend to wear down at different rates depending on where they are. For example, the tires at the front of your vehicle will typically wear down faster than those at the rear. That means the useable life of your tires decreases, and you’ll also be at higher risk of:
By changing the position of each tire on a regular basis, you can minimize the impact of uneven wear.
Exactly how your tires are rotated will depend on your make and model, but most rotations will involve:
Tires are typically rotated every 3,000 to 5,000 miles, but you’ll probably never need to worry about arranging an individual rotation if you stick to your manufacturer recommended service plan. That said, there’s always a chance your vehicle could benefit from a tire rotation sooner than expected, so watch out for the following signs during your next journey around Canton:
You can also check the tires yourself for any signs of uneven wear. If you notice any cause for concern, it’s best to schedule servicing right away.
If you ever need anything from an oil change to a tire rotation, the service team here at Victory Chevrolet Buick will be happy to help – we even offer a competitive range of service specials to help you save. For any further advice or assistance, don’t hesitate to drop by the showroom or contact us directly.