Tire Rotation Explained and Simplified
Tires are rotated regularly because the wear is differently, and to rotate them is to change their place on the vehicle. To keep it simple, you may want to rotate in the same direction, and at the same time as an oil change to make it convenient. That way, you will not forget to do it, and you will know when the last time it was that it got done.
Ask your technician to check your tires for wear. The technician may have a tire tread gauge, and the technician will insert it into the tread of your tires. This will tell the technician how much tread is left.
If there is not enough tread, you may want to take into account your options. You may need to get tires replaced. Ask your technician to rotate, inspect, and replace your tires with new ones if necessary. Call us at Frank Leta Honda in O’Fallon, MO, for more details.