If you own a car, there’s no escaping the maintenance that comes with it. We at CarAdvise know that all of the moving parts in keeping your car healthy can be confusing. If you need a tire rotation or tire repair, don’t fret – here’s 5 tips for success.
Read your car’s owner’s manual. How often to rotate tires? For tire rotation, most manufacturers list the ideal tire rotation patterns and tire replacement timelines in the owner’s manual. Once you take a few minutes to read your owner’s manual, you’ll no longer be wondering how often to rotate tires.
Don’t mix the size or type of tires on your vehicle. We know it’s tempting to just throw on an old tire you may have laying around when it’s time for a repair, but that could lead to even more damage to your car.
Don’t wait until it’s too late. We know that car maintenance can seem overwhelming, but waiting until it’s too late to get your tires rotated could be worse in the long run. If you can’t locate the tire rotation timeline from information in your owner’s manual, it’s a good rule of thumb to have your tires rotated every six months or 6,000-8,000 miles.
Don’t stress about booking the service. We at CarAdvise are proud to offer a simple and easy way to book routine maintenance, tire services, and especially if you keep seeing that tire pressure light on. Simply log on to caradvise.com or open up our mobile app to select the service you want and browse shops near you. We also show price comparisons and help ensure you get the most savings possible and make the right tire choice for your vehicle.
Keep track of your maintenance history. Keeping track of your vehicle’s maintenance history allows you to know when to get a service next. If you use CarAdvise, we do that for you! Getting your tires rotated on a consistent schedule is able to improve your car’s overall health and longevity, and keeping up with the other elements of your car’s needs does too.
And there you have it! Five tips for successful tire rotation and repair. Here at CarAdvise we’re always here to help, and wish you extra safe driving out there with your new knowledge!