Tire Rotation

Rotate Your Vehicles Tires Every 5000 Miles!

 

Schedule Your Tire Rotation Now!

Tire Rotation

Rotate Your Vehicles Tires Every 5000 Miles!

 

Schedule Your Tire Rotation Now!
Description of Tire Rotation Service

 

OnDemandMechanic will come to your location and rotate your vehicles tires.  It is recommended that you rotate your tires every 5000 miles.

  • Tire Rotation = $19.95
  • SAVE $5 – Rotate your tires during an oil change

 

Why Should I Rotate My Tires Every 5000 Miles?

 

To prevent excessive wear to your tires you should rotate them every 5000 miles.  Front tires wear differently than rear tires and since the front wheels are the turning wheels, they are more susceptible to unusual wear patterns which is why they should be rotated to the rear on a regular basis.

What Is The Correct Way To Rotate Tires?

With radial tires the recommendation is to keep them rotating in the same direction.  The front and rear right tires should be swapped, and the front and rear left tires should be swapped.  Often times when radials are “cross rotated” the steel belts inside the tire can start to separate which can cause ride problems and potential steering issues.  Always check your vehicles owners manual for recommendations on the proper way to rotate your tires.

Description of Tire Rotation Service

 

OnDemandMechanic will come to your location and rotate your vehicles tires.  It is recommended that you rotate your tires every 5000 miles.

  • Tire Rotation = $19.95
  • SAVE $5 – Rotate your tires during an oil change

 

Why Should I Rotate My Tires Every 5000 Miles?

 

To prevent excessive wear to your tires you should rotate them every 5000 miles.  Front tires wear differently than rear tires and since the front wheels are the turning wheels, they are more susceptible to unusual wear patterns which is why they should be rotated to the rear on a regular basis.

What Is The Correct Way To Rotate Tires?

With radial tires the recommendation is to keep them rotating in the same direction.  The front and rear right tires should be swapped, and the front and rear left tires should be swapped.  Often times when radials are “cross rotated” the steel belts inside the tire can start to separate which can cause ride problems and potential steering issues.  Always check your vehicles owners manual for recommendations on the proper way to rotate your tires.