At Downing Street Garage, we frequently see car owners fail to rotating their tires.
Tires wear in different spots depending on their alignment. When you do not rotate your tires, they will have continuous wear and tear on the same spot.
It's a fact: If you do not rotate your tires when you should, they will not last as long as they were designed to.
As more and more new cars are front-wheel-drive, tire rotation is especially important. A front-wheel-drive vehicle will cause more wear on the front tires, because they not only steer the car, they are responsible for pulling the car down the road. Your rear tires, on the other hand, are simply there to keep your back end off the ground.
This means your front tires will wear much faster than the rear tires — in some cases up to three times faster! Rotating your front and rear tires will extend the life of your tires and save you money!