When and Why Should You Rotate Your Tires?

Are your tires looking worn out? Even in all-wheel drive Subaru models, your front tires will wear out quicker than the rear tires because of weight distribution and because the front tires are the ones in charge of steering the vehicle. With worn out front tires, your vehicle isn't reaching its full potential and performing at the highest level anymore. To help you get your vehicle back on top, and extend the lifespan of your tires, we encourage you to make the short drive from Raleigh or Durham to join us at Johnson Subaru of Cary and have your tires rotated today!

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

Because your front tires are the ones that wear down faster, they're the tires you need to pay attention to when determining whether your vehicle is in need of a tire rotation or not. The general rule of thumb is that your tires should be rotated around every 5,000-8000 miles traveled, or every six months, but it can differ depending on your vehicle and we suggest that you check your owner's manual to confirm the suggested mileage intervals. You can also tell if your tires could benefit from a tire rotation simply by looking at the tread depth on the front tires compared to the back. Another signifier is if you feel a vibration when you drive over 45 mph, which is caused by uneven wear.

Join Us at Johnson Subaru of Cary to Have Your Tires Rotated Today!

If you feel that your vehicle could benefit from a tire rotation and you want to extend the lifespan of your tires, we invite you to schedule a service appointment and come see us in our service center at Johnson Subaru of Cary! We have the experience and tools to get your tires rotated and have you back on the road in a matter of minutes so you never have to skip a beat!

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