How often do you think about your tires? Probably not often at all. Tires today are relatively maintenance free that we don’t think about them until the tire light comes on. You should be performing some critical and regular maintenance on them to ensure they are road safe. One of those maintenance items is tire rotation. Unfortunately, this step is often ignored. It is an important step, but it is a fairly inexpensive and simple one to have done. You could do it yourself, but few people have the space and the know how to do it. In Tempe, Arizona, you can visit iAUTOHAUS and the qualified technicians will be more than happy to help you with your car service needs.
First, you need a little more information about tire rotation. Rotating tires is when you move tires from one position to another. Typically, you would move the front tires to the back and the back tires to the front. Also, the left tires are moved to the right and the right tires are moved to the left. Rotating your tires ensure that the tires wear evenly and save you money in the long run. Some tire manufacturers require tire rotation to keep the warranty valid.
Tires should be rotated every 5,000 to 7,500 miles, but there are some exceptions. When tires wear evenly, it allows for balanced handling of your vehicle. If you have less tread on your front tires than your back and you have front wheel drive, this could make your vehicle difficult to control in bad weather. When tired wear unevenly, it can cause things like high road noise and vibration. If the tires’ tread variance is more than 2/32, they should be rotated more often.
Other things to keep in mind when it comes to tire rotation are front wheel drive wear the front tires quicker than the back because the front tires transfer power to the road and handle steering. Rear wheel drive has more balanced wear because the rear tires deliver power to the road, which the front tires steer. All wheel drive and four wheel drive tires have significant variances in tread depth which can place strain on the drivetrain.
Now you know that you need to rotate your tires, so where do you go? Taking your vehicle to iAUTOHAUS will provide your vehicle with high end service. If you’re looking for the best place for tire rotation Arizona, stop in to the iAUTOHAUS BOSCH Authorized Service Facility. They have the expertise to handle all vehicles, but specialize in luxury automotive service and repair. You don’t have to worry about your Porsche, BMW, Mercedes-Benz or Maserati because iAUTOHAUS cares for them all. They have the proper tools, equipment and experience to handle the job properly. In addition, iAUTOHAUS has an extensive inventory of the finest pre-owned European automobiles available. Stop in to their indoor showroom today.