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• Generally recommended every 3,000 to 5,000 miles.

Because tires perform different functions depending on their position on the vehicle, tire rotation is important in keeping even wear on all four tires.  By rotating your tires, you can ensure a longer and more reliable service life for the entire set.

The proper method of rotating tires depends on whether your vehicle is front, rear, or four-wheel drive, as well as whether your tires are directional.  Also make certain that the tires being rotated are of the same dimensions.  If you aren’t sure, consult a mechanic or tire specialist. 

Refer to the diagram below to determine the best rotation scheme for your vehicle:

Note:  Directional Tires should only be rotated according to diagram (D). 

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