Tire Rotation in Grand Junction, CO

Mechanic holding tire during tire rotation

How long has it been since you had the tires on your vehicle rotated? For most vehicles, the manufacturer’s recommended service interval for tire rotations is 5,000 to 7,000 miles, but driving conditions and driving habits may impact this. A tire rotation is a process of changing the position of tires to ensure even tread wear over an extended period of time. The front tires are often rotated with back tires, because front tires typically endure more tread wear as they carry the weight of the engine, handle braking, steering and the drivetrain for front-wheel drive vehicles. Are you interested in having your vehicle’s tires rotated in Grand Junction, CO? Schedule a service appointment with our team at Carville’s Auto Mart today! Continue reading below to learn about the consequences of not having tires rotated and learn how to schedule a service appointment with us!



What happens when tires aren’t rotated?

Rotating your tires is one form of preventative maintenance that makes them last longer. When tire tread wears evenly, the tires are more likely to last up to 50,000 miles. If the driver skips the tire rotation service, they may experience less safe driving conditions, poor traction and a higher chance of blowouts, so they will probably have to have their tires replaced prematurely, resulting in additional expenses.

Schedule a Service Appointment at Carville’s Auto Mart

If your vehicle needs service in Mesa County, CO, feel free to schedule a service appointment with the trusted experts at our Carville’s Auto Mart Service Center! We offer a wide variety of preventative maintenance, automotive services and repairs to address the needs of almost all drivers. Interested parties can schedule a service appointment by dialing 844-542-6041 and speaking with a member of our team. Thanks for reading—we hope to see you soon!