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You might wonder why we’re giving you instructions on how to rotate your tires at home. We want you to rotate your tires regularly because as a consequence of the way you drive, your tires don’t wear evenly. Because of how you turn, the outside edges of the front tires will wear more than those of the rear wheels. As a result, if you leave your tires where they are, they’ll wear down differently and you’ll need to replace them sooner.
Front and rear-wheel drive vehicles need to have their tires rotated every 5,000 to 7,500 miles. If you have an all-wheel drive car, however, you’ll need to rotate your tires every 3,000 to 5,000 miles because of the way that the four tires are engaged in unison. We think you should look at your owner’s manual for all the relevant information for your vehicle.
If you have a front-wheel drive vehicle: Move the front tires to the back of the car in the same left-right position, while switching the left-right position of the rear tires as you move them to the front of the car.
If you have a rear-wheel drive vehicle: Move the rear tires to the front of the car in the same left-right position, while switching the left-right position of the front tires as you move them to the rear of the car.
This is what you need to do if you want to know how to rotate your tires at home.
When you need Mazda tips, you can depend on Mazda of Columbia to get you informed so you can drive like a pro. We’ll give you information on relevant topics like how long car tires last. Now that you know how to do a tire rotation, shop for one of our Mazdas online and get started today. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.
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