Tire rotations, like other forms of preventative maintenance, are done to avoid the need for maintenance and repairs in the future. Tire rotations are essential in prolonging the life of tires and ensuring that thread wear is even. While the manufacturer’s recommended service interval for tire rotations changes depending on the vehicle’s year, make and model, the general rule of thumb is to have them done every 5,000 to 7,000 miles or every other oil change. If it’s time to have the tires on your vehicle rotated and you’re in the Green Bay, WI area, schedule service with us at Le Mieux & Son Toyota!
Typically tire rotations should be preformed every six months or twice a year. Without having this service done, the tire thread receives uneven wear that can lead to damage to the tire in the future. Rather than making new tires last for as long as possible, skipping tire rotations shortens the life span of tires and leads to spending more money on tire replacements and repairs. You can tell that it’s time to have a tire rotation if you notice that the thread on front wheels is more worn down than back tires, loss of pressure in ties and vibrating once exceeding speeds of 40 mph.
If it’s time to have a tire rotation, schedule service with us at Le Mieux & Son Toyota. Our service technicians are trained to provide quality repairs and maintenance on Toyota models and are also trained to install Toyota OEM parts and equipment. You can schedule a service appointment with the Le Mieux & Son Service Department online, at our dealership or by calling us at 920-395-1567.