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How often should you rotate your tires? Every 5,000 to 7,500 miles — unless you drive under some uncommon conditions or have AWD. You will want to take a look at your owner’s manual because there may be suggestions from the automaker that should be followed. Wondering why you need to rotate your tires or how to do a tire rotation? The automotive experts at Longwood Mitsubishi are here to explain this routine maintenance task for Orlando drivers.
If your vehicle is designated as front-wheel drive or rear-wheel drive, this indication is simply letting you know where a majority of the engine power is being sent. If you drive a front-wheel drive car, the front tires receive the bulk of the engine power. For rear-wheel drive cars, most of the power is sent to the rear tires. The tires that receive the majority of the engine power also wear down more rapidly, which is why tire rotations are so important. Keep the tips below in mind if you have a FWD or RWD car to avoid needing roadside assistance from a flat or blowout.
What happens if you don’t have a FWD or RWD vehicle? You may be wondering how many miles to rotate tires on an AWD model. With an AWD drivetrain, each tire wears differently, and at different speeds. Because of this, tire rotations are needed more often, usually every 3,000 to 5,000 miles.
Once again, your owner’s manual may have different guidelines for your particular make and model. If you can’t remember the last time you performed a tire rotation, you can set up your next appointment with ease at Longwood Mitsubishi. We would be more than happy to inspect your tires and perform at tire rotation if it is needed.
Why are tire rotations a vital part of your vehicle’s maintenance schedule? Not only will they help prolong the life of your tires, you will also be able to enjoy the following benefits:
When you encounter inclement weather around Deltona, you want to make sure your tires are up to the challenge. Tire rotations are just one of the ways to do so. Remember that even the best maintained tires won’t last forever. If you think it’s time for new tires, we can assist with that, too.
If you have additional questions about tire care, do not hesitate to reach out to the automotive professionals at Longwood Mitsubishi. We want to keep your tires in pristine condition for as long as possible.
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