TIRE ROTATION SERVICE
(all 4 tires)
Answer: With each turn of the steering wheel, pressure is brought to bear on the front tires. Resistance causes friction, which in turn produces heat. The result? The front tires wear quicker than the rears. Because of this, it's necessary to rotate the tires front-to-rear several times during their life cycle to equalize tread wear and maximize the life of the tires
Question: Why do I need to rotate my tires?