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In order to get the full life cycle out of your tires in Aurora, it’s important to keep up with regular tire rotations. This can be done at a local service department or at home in your own garage, but if you choose the latter, you’ll first need to know how to do a tire rotation. Learn more about the importance of this necessary maintenance, then explore our step-by-step guide to learn how to rotate tires at home, or schedule an appointment at Courtesy Acura.
As you drive through Denver every day, your tires do not wear evenly. Every time you turn, for instance, the outer edges of the front tires experience more wear while the rear tires will tend to wear more evenly. It is for this reason that failing to rotate your tires will cause them to wear out at different rates, requiring replacement sooner than would otherwise be necessary.
If your vehicle is front-wheel or rear-wheel drive, a tire rotation is recommended every 5,000 to 7,500 miles. All-wheel drive vehicles require more frequent rotation at every 3,000 to 5,000-mile interval, because all four tires are actively engaged, resulting in faster wear. For a model-specific interval, we recommend you consult your owner’s manual.
If you’re gearing up to rotate your tires at home in Highlands Ranch, you’ll first need to gather a car jack, lug nut wrench, and a set of car jack stands. Once you’ve acquired these, simply follow our step-by-step instructions:
If you’re feeling daunted after learning how to do a tire rotation yourself, the expert technicians at Courtesy Acura can help! Schedule an appointment with us in Centennial today, and be sure to consult our service specials for incredible savings on routine maintenance and more. We can also provide tips on how to clean leather seats or what is your Acura A1 service code.