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Your tires are quite literally responsible for keeping you on Jacksonville roads. For that reason, properly maintaining your tires is important to both your safety and your vehicle’s optimal performance throughout the Orange Park. Wondering how often should you rotate your tires? Read on below to discover what our Beaver Chevrolet experts recommend.
Generally, a front-wheel-drive vehicle like the base model Chevrolet Trax LS, can go between how many miles to rotate tires? The answer is approximately every 5,000-7,500 miles. Two-wheel-drive vehicles can adhere to this range recommendation for optimal tire performance, no matter if it’s rear-wheel-drive or front-wheel-drive. If you know how to safely remove tires, you can rotate them at home in a front-to-back, criss-crossing pattern. If you’d feel more comfortable bringing your Chevy into our Beaver Chevrolet service center for a quick rotation, schedule your appointment today.
If you have an all-wheel-drive vehicle — say, the Chevy Trax Premier upgraded to AWD or a hardworking Chevy Silverado — the recommended range for when to rotate tires is every 3,000-5,000 miles. Why? Because this drivetrain is capable of delivering power to all wheels, they will all wear more quickly.
There are many secondary benefits to rotating your tires as a result of the primary benefit, which is promoting even wear of your tire tread depth. Even tire wear via regular rotations means you’re effectively preventing potential:
With a better understanding of how often should you rotate your tires, are you ready to schedule tire service? Knowing when to rotate tires is an important part of being a responsible Ponte Vedra driver. For more information about tire health and services like tire alignment, balancing, or what spare you should be using, contact us today here at the %%di_name parts center. We are committed to keeping your Chevy running optimally on Jacksonville Beach roads and beyond!