Changing your tyres from one position to another on your car help to extend the life of your tyres.
Tyre wear can be different depending on where the tyre is located on your vehicle – this is because of a few factors
- most cars have the engine at the front, so this causes a difference in weight between the front and rear axles
- Front-wheel drive vehicles have the added weight of the transaxle and also have more stress on the front tyres from breaking
- Turning causes uneven wear on the front tyres compared to the back
- Wheels that aren’t aligned with each other or the vehicles axis can cause uneven wear
Rotating your tyres is recommended every 15,000kms; the average distance the average Australian drives every year.
Contact us below or on 1300 687 000 to organise a tyre rotation