When Should I Rotate My Tires on My Acura?

By Product Expert | Posted in Service on Wednesday, June 24th, 2020 at 9:12 pm
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Recommended Tire Rotation Schedule

Properly maintaining your vehicle will help ensure that your vehicle will last longer and will save you on costly repairs. One maintenance task that should be done regularly and is often forgotten are tire rotations. When should I rotate my tires on my Acura? Why do I need tire rotations at all? Here’s our recommended tire rotation schedule as well as reasons why getting your tires rotated is so important.

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Why Do I Need to Get My Tires Rotated?

Over time, your tires will wear differently based on your drivetrain. For example, front-wheel drive vehicles have most of the weight at the front. Therefore, the front tires will wear much quicker than those in the back. To make your tires wear more evenly, you will need to get your tires rotated. Cars with rear-wheel drive are the opposite of front-wheel drive in which the back tires will wear a bit quicker. All-wheel drive and four-wheel drive vehicles will wear much differently as it depends on the terrain you drive on.

How Often Should I Get a Tire Rotation?

Ideally, every driver should get a tire rotation every six months or every 7,500 miles. Doing so will help keep your tires lasting a long time before you need to buy new ones.

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Do you need to get a tire rotation? Unsure if your vehicle is ready for new tires? Schedule service here at Karen Radley Acura and one of our experts will be happy to take a look and complete any necessary work. If you have any questions regarding our services, don’t hesitate to contact us online or by phone.

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