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One aspect of proper vehicle maintenance is tire care, which includes the rotation or your tires. This is a process that should be done about every 5,000 to 7,500 miles, although more specific figures can be found in your vehicle’s owner’s manual. Want to know more about why you should rotate your tires? Continue below where the experts here at Myrtle Beach Chrysler Jeep will walk you through the different aspects to tire rotations.
The difference between front-wheel drive vehicles and rear-wheel drive ones is that the power from the engine is sent to different parts of the car. It’s simple, really, since FWD vehicles get their power sent to the front wheels, whereas it’s the opposite for RWD vehicles. What this means is that your vehicle’s tires will typically take on varying amounts of wear-and-tear depending on which drivetrain you have equipped. If you own and drive a vehicle equipped with front- or rear-wheel drive, then here are some helpful tire rotation tips to keep in mind:
If you have a vehicle with all-wheel drive, then you’ll likely have to change your tires more often. The common rule for AWD vehicles is 3,000 to 5,000 miles. Again, you should check with the owner’s manual for your specific car to be certain how many miles is recommended. If you think you need a tire rotation, you can always check the treads yourself, or schedule a service appointment and bring your vehicle to our service department.
The simple answer to this question is that rotating your tires helps to elongate the lifespan of your tires. Rotating your tires on a consistent basis also provides these added benefits:
If you’re still looking for further information on proper tire care, you can contact our service department. And if you think it’s about time you rotated your vehicle’s tires, schedule an appointment and visit our Myrtle Beach dealership today! We’re conveniently located just a short drive from Conway and North Myrtle Beach.
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