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Is your vehicle in need of a tire rotation? You may be debating whether to leave this task to the professionals or try it yourself. In this guide from Basil Resale Sheridan, we will show you how to rotate tires at home. If, after learning how to do a tire rotation you still do not feel comfortable handling the task yourself, you can set up an appointment at our service center.
Before you can learn how to rotate your tires at home, you will need to make sure you have all of the necessary supplies: car jack, lug nut wrench, and a set of car jack stands. If you have these items, you can get started:
As mentioned above, you will need to rotate tires following the correct pattern for the drivetrain of your vehicle.
Tires do not wear evenly due to a number of factors. The drivetrain of your vehicle, your driving habits, and more can all play a role in how your tires wear. If you leave your tires in place, they will wear at different speeds. Uneven tire wear will require you to replace your tires more often, which can be costly.
If you have a FWD or RWD vehicle, a tire rotation is recommended every 5,000-7,500 miles. All-wheel drive vehicles require more frequent changes at every 3,000-5,000 miles since all tires are actively engaged. There may be different requirements for your particular make and model, which is why we recommend consulting your owner’s manual.
If you are not comfortable with how to rotate tires at home, don’t worry! Our highly-skilled technicians know how to do a tire rotation properly, and we can get your vehicle back on the roads of Amherst and Clarence in no time. Contact us for more information, and remember to check out our current service specials.