Tire Rotation

Do you have the feeling that your tires are wearing unevenly and causing you problems while driving? It's possible that you'll need to rotate your tires. Bring your vehicle to a Just Tires location today, and we'll inspect the wear patterns on your tires and rotate them as needed.


When driving, tires that absorb the most force can wear out prematurely if they aren't rotated on a regular basis, compromising your handling. Rotating your tires will help allow for more even treadwear and will help ensure you're getting the most out of your tires. If you're overdue for a rotation, stop by a Just Tires near you and let our tire technicians examine your tires.


How Do I Know if My Tires Need to be Rotated?

  • Your tires have noticeable wear.
  • You’ve driven 3,000 to 6,000 miles since your last rotation.


What’s Included with Our Tire Rotation?

During our Tire Rotation Service, our technicians will examine the positioning and the tread of your tires, and the amount of wear they've received. If you choose a rotation based on our advice, we'll take the next step to help extend the life of your tires with a service that includes:

  • Removing your tires
  • Carefully inspecting their tread-wear patterns
  • Rotating your tires to the positions recommended by your vehicle manufacturer
  • Resetting your tire-pressure monitoring system (TPMS) as needed


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Why is a Tire Rotation Important?

Depending on their position on your vehicle, your driving style, and the condition of your suspension, your tires can wear differently. This uneven wear can lead to decreased mileage and poor results. Tire rotation helps to spread tire wear, resulting in increased tread life and more consistent traction on all four wheels.

How Often Should Tires Be Rotated?

A tire rotation is recommended to be done every 3,000 to 6,000 miles as part of routine maintenance.