Car tire rotation is generally performed every 5,000 to 7,000 miles. What’s the significance of this important vehicle maintenance task, and why should it be done so often, especially considering that the average driver travels around 12,000 miles annually? Read on to learn more with the Toyota of Downtown LA service center.
Tire rotation is done differently on front-wheel vs. rear-wheel drive vehicles. That’s because in FWD cars, power is sent directly to the front tires, while in RWD cars, it’s sent to the rear tires. The tires where power is sent will inevitably wear down more quickly than the other two tires, creating a need for different tire rotation patterns. So although the suggested amount of time in miles for when to rotate tires is the same for FWD and RWD vehicles, the tire rotation procedures differ in the following ways:
The above points having been said, you should also remember that both FWD and RWD cars should have their tires rotated every 5,000-7,000 miles. Check your owner’s manual for exact recommended figures or call 833-315-3922 for help.
FWD or RWD vehicles are one thing. AWD vehicles are another, entirely. Since power from the engine in AWD vehicles is sent to all four wheels when you engage AWD, tire rotation will need to be done in a specific way and in closer intervals than with 2WD vehicles. Most AWD tires need to be rotated every 3,000 – 5,000 miles if you use AWD often in West Hollywood or have a car with full-time AWD (AWD that doesn’t turn off). You’ll also follow these tips when rotating your tires at home:
Tire rotation has many benefits for Huntington Park drivers such as yourself, including:
Ready to learn more about how many miles to rotate tires in your particular case? Looking for other service tips & hacks? We’re here to help! Give us a call at 833-315-3922 with questions. Otherwise, just schedule service online now to let our Toyota experts rotate your tires for you.
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