Tire manufacturers recommend rotating your vehicle’s tires consistently. AA Auto Tech discusses whether following this recommendation is actually necessary.
Regular tire rotation helps extend the life of your tires and improve your vehicle’s performance.
So, if you want to save money, get more mileage out of your treads, and maintain a safe driving experience, AA auto technicians recommend that you follow the tire rotation guidelines below:
You depend on your car every day to get you to and from your many destinations. AA Auto Tech also cares about your car and wants to help you keep it running all season long. Whether you need an AC Recharge, an engine repair, or an oil change, we suggest that you bring your car in for routine maintenance. Typical maintenance issues you should be concerned about include the following items below.
If your tires are beginning to wear, it is highly recommended that you replace them before winter weather strikes. This helps your tires to navigate slick and icy roads. However, you may be unsure as to when you should replace your tires. Here are a few of the signs that your tires may need to be replaced.
If you are trying to fit in one last road trip before your kids head back to school, or are planning on sneaking off to enjoy the cooler weather that fall brings, preparing your car for the road trip is important. Often times, a car breaks down on the side of the road due to items that are completely preventable if the proper precautions had been taken. Here at AA Auto Tech, we can quickly, yet thoroughly get your car ready for a road trip, helping to ensure your car doesn't delay or ruin your plans. Here are a few of the ways we can help to get your car ready.
When your tires are worn, they need to be replaced. If you fail to have tire replacement done when it is needed, your tires may blowout or the tread may wear so thin your tires slide on slick roads. Unfortunately, many of us don't know the signs that indicate tires have reached the end of their lifespan and need to be replaced. Learning these signs and periodically checking your tires for these signs can help prevent many tire problems you can encounter.