As a dealership committed to automotive service excellence, we are here for you when your vehicle is due for a tire rotation. Highly trained and experienced technicians complete our tire rotations in a state-of-the-art facility following the manufacturer’s tire rotation diagram. We proudly serve all makes and models, including Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram, Buick, GMC, Chevrolet, Ford, and Toyota. When you could use a hassle-free, swiftly-performed, and professional tire rotation for your car, truck, van, or SUV, we invite you to get a quality service from us at Briggs of Fort Scott.
Tire Rotation Basics
Tires get mounted in a single position with each wheel position handling variable loads. When tires get left in the same position for too long, they will show signs of rapid wear in the areas handling concentrated road forces. When repositioning tires routinely to a different wheel location, also called tire rotation, this helps to mitigate the risk of rapid wear as each tire will handle the same loads over the long run. Tires rotated every 6,000 to 8,000 miles as recommended by most manufacturers will protect the tires from rapid wear damage.
Without rotating tires routinely, they will wear rapidly and unevenly. When the rapid wear gets bad enough, the problems extend into an unpleasant driving experience with shaking in the cabin or vibration in the steering wheel at higher speeds. If the shaking and vibration go unattended, it will not be long until the tires lose pressure or you experience a blowout.
Benefits of Tire Rotations at the Specified Mileage
With the entire purpose of tire rotations being extended tire life and pleasant driving along the way, there are many benefits of getting tire rotation service at the recommended mileage: -Preserves balanced handling
-Extended tire life
-Reduced operational cost
What Happens During Tire Rotation Service?
Service begins with our highly trained and experienced technician that removes the wheel-tire assemblies to inspect all tires. Tire inspection includes an assessment for rapid wear, measurement of remaining tread depth, inflation check, and then remounting each wheel using the manufacturer-approved diagram.