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Tire Rotation

What is the service?
  • Typically, under normal driving conditions, your vehicle's front tires wear faster than the rear tires because they handle much of the cornering forces in turns. This is especially true on front-wheel drive vehicles. Regular tire rotation helps ensure that all of your tires do some duty on the front end as well as getting a little break on the back end. This helps promote even wear for your tires, and maximum tire mileage for you.

Why is the service recommended?
  • Simply, tire rotation means moving a tire and rim assembly from one wheel position on your vehicle to another. During our tire rotation service, we'll remove your vehicle's tires and inspect the wear patterns. That way, we can rotate the tires into positions where they may wear more evenly. For most vehicles, tires are rotated front to back. In other instances, your Goodyear service professional will ensure that your vehicle receives the appropriate tire rotation.

How does our service help?
  • Regular tire rotation helps prevent premature tire wear, extending the service life of your tires. In the long run, this could help save you hundreds of dollars in early tire replacement.

Save $100s of dollars on replacing tires from premature tire wear


Service Warranty
Your tires should be rotated based on the vehicle manufacturer's recommended service interval that matches your vehicle's operating conditions and your driving habits or every 6 months / 15,000 miles. Your tires may wear differently depending on their position on the vehicle and the condition of your suspension.
Key Tip
Most tire manufacturers recommend rotating tires every 6-8,000 miles

Estimated service time
1 hour.

*Source: www.carcare.org