TIRE ROTATION IN MESA, AZ

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Importance of Rotating Your Tires at Arizona Car Repair

One of the best ways to extend the life of your tires is with regular tire balancing and rotation. Even tire wear not only extends tire life, but it also creates better handling and riding comfort. Tire rotation is critical to increasing your safety while driving and is required to ensure your tire mileage warranty remains valid. The expert certified technicians at Arizona Car Repair can perform tire rotation service per the recommended specifications seen in your owner’s manual.

Importance of Rotating Your Tires at Arizona Car Repair

One of the best ways to extend the life of your tires is with regular tire balancing and rotation. Even tire wear not only extends tire life, but it also creates better handling and riding comfort. Tire rotation is critical to increasing your safety while driving and is required to ensure your tire mileage warranty remains valid. The expert certified technicians at Arizona Car Repair can perform tire rotation service per the recommended specifications seen in your owner’s manual.

What is Tire Rotation?

It is recommended to have tires rotated every 5,000 to 7,000 miles. Tire rotation requires moving tires from one position to another in a vehicle. The most common rotation moves the front tires to the rear and the rear tires are then moved to the front of the vehicle. The pattern required for tire rotation depends largely on the vehicle type and tire as many tire rotation patterns exist. There are some tire types that cannot be rotated or must be rotated in a specific pattern.

For instance, vehicles with wheels that cannot be rotated or with staggered fitment cannot be rotated in alternate patterns. Non-directional tires must be rotated from side to side. However, dismounting is required for reinstallation to allow the tires to face the opposite direction.

What if I Don’t Get My Tires Rotated

When a car is driven without regular tire rotation, alignment or suspension issues may cause uneven tire wear and shorten the life of the tire. Additionally, tread cupping can occur which causes high vibration and noises. Because front-wheel-drive vehicle tire tends to wear quicker than the rear tires, not rotating them at regular intervals can lead to poor steering and handling issues.

Common Rotation Pattern Configurations Include:

  • Preferred rotation pattern
  • Alternate rotation pattern
  • Preferred directional rotation pattern
  • Side-to-side staggered rotation
  • Preferred five tire rotation
  • Preferred dual wheel rotation
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Arizona Car Repair has a tire center conveniently located in Mesa, AZ. Our certified expert technicians are trained to repair tires on any make and model and are available during extended business hours and even during Saturdays for service. While you wait in our customer lounge, enjoy access to free Wi-Fi, read emails at one of the business workstations and enjoy a hot cup of coffee and a snack.

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Arizona Car Repair Tire Center

in Mesa, AZ

Arizona Car Repair has a tire center conveniently located in Mesa, AZ. Our certified expert technicians are trained to repair tires on any make and model and are available during extended business hours and even during Saturdays for service. While you wait in our customer lounge, enjoy access to free Wi-Fi, read emails at one of the business workstations and enjoy a hot cup of coffee and a snack.

Arizona Car Repair is committed to providing you with exceptional service and will help you to keep your car well-maintained to be enjoyed for years to come.

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