Changing the position of your vehicle’s tires, either from rear to front or vice versa, is an essential aspect of tire maintenance and safety while driving around Redding, CA. Without regular maintenance, your tires can wear unevenly, which will reduce their lifespan and even cause accidents.

This is done to ensure that each tire wears evenly and also helps prevent uneven wear patterns from developing on your tires. In addition, rotating your tires can make sure that all four tires wear evenly and are not under-inflated.

Tire rotation also ensures that you get the longest possible life out of each tire. Newer tires may not need rotating for several thousand miles, but older tires should be rotated every 5,000 miles or so. But if you drive less than 10,000 miles per year, then a rotation every 10,000 miles is sufficient. You can also have your vehicle's alignment checked at this time to see if any adjustments are necessary or if there are any other problems with your tires.

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