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When Was the Last Time Your Tires Were Rotated and Balanced?

Rotating and balancing your vehicle's tires are excellent ways to prolong their life. Getting your tires rotated at Anderson Motors in Prince Albert, SK, is an affordable way to keep your car running optimally and get the most out of your tires.

What Is Tire Rotation?

Tire rotation involves switching the positions of your tires to keep the treadwear balanced and ensure optimal performance. Tire Rotation, Balance, Alignment - what's the difference? In most cars, the front tires tend to wear out faster than the rear tires. This uneven treadwear can happen because the front tires take on more pressure and friction from braking and turning. Tire rotation involves switching the positions of your tires to ensure optimal performance. Balancing ensures the tread gets worn down equally across all tires. Alignment equalizes the increased weight and force that front tires are subjected to across all tires.

Why Rotate Your Tires?

Is tire rotation necessary? Rotating your tires has many advantages, including balancing treadwear among all tires, improving performance and handling, and increasing vehicle safety. It also increases the longevity of your tires and reduces their potential for failure. Get your tires rotated and balanced at our dealership's Tire Centre to increase your vehicle's safety, efficiency, and handling.

How Are Tires Rotated and Balanced?

The method of rotating tires depends on several factors, such as your vehicle's drivetrain, the type of tires you own, and even your driving habits. Each tire is moved to a different position to ensure that all tires are balanced and aligned. Schedule your service at our dealership and our trained experts will inspect your vehicle to determine the right tire rotation and balancing method for you.

How Often Should You Rotate Car Tires?

How frequently you rotate your tires will depend on different factors, such as the type of tires you own and your vehicle's condition. Generally, we recommend you rotate your tires approximately every 8,000 kilometres. You can set up a reminder to do it along with every other oil change or when you are switching to or from winter tires, which would be every six months.

Tire Rotation at Anderson Motors

Our specialists will help guide you to make the best decision for your vehicle and provide information about tire rotation for front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive vehicles. Contact us to book a tire rotation service and keep your vehicle running in peak condition.


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