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Want to know how to rotate tires at home near Blue Ash? The service center at Mercedes-Benz of Cincinnati created a handy guide so you can learn how to do a tire rotation right at home. If you get stuck along the way, don’t hesitate to reach out to our service center for assistance.
Because of different road conditions and driving habits, not all tires will wear evenly. Because of the impact that tires experience while turning, the outside edges or the front tires will show more wear, while the rear tires will typically wear more evenly. So, if you leave your tires in place, they are going to wear down at significantly different rates over time, and you will need to replace them much sooner.
How often should you rotate your tires? Front and rear-wheel drive vehicles will usually need to have a tire rotation done every 5,000 to 7,500 miles. Whereas, all-wheel drive cars need more frequent changes at every 3,000 to 5,000 miles because all tires are actively engaged, resulting in faster wear. It’s best to refer to your vehicle’s owner’s manual for specific recommendations.
Want to know how to do a tire rotation at home near Sharonville? You will need a car jack, lug nut wrench, and a set of car jacks. Once you have everything needed, included the proper tools, just follow these six easy steps:
If you’re not ready to handle the tire rotation yourself – that’s okay! Contact our service department or schedule your service appointment right at home. We can also answer questions about proper tire care like how to check the tire tread depth and how often to rotate tires.
Our factory-trained technicians will rotate your tires for you and get you back out on the roads promptly. Be sure to explore our service specials to use on your next visit to our service center near Montgomery