Why Does My Chevy Need Tire Rotation?
The tires on your Chevy wear down as you drive, but did you know that they don't all wear down at the same rate? The tires in the front of your vehicle will usually wear out faster since they're put under more stress. Even if your Chevy isn't a front-wheel drive, the front tires have to deal with the extra strain of being on the axle that steers the vehicle. Tire rotation is a good way to counteract this uneven wear. When you have the tires on the front moved to the rear (and those on the rear moved to the front), you space out the wear more evenly, allowing each pair of tires a chance to rest and a chance to pull their weight.
How Often Does My Chevy Need Tire Rotation Service?
At Ourisman Chevrolet of Rockville, we recommend having the tires rotated at least once a year or every 10,000 miles -- whichever comes first. Since this is the same interval as oil changes, it's easy to bundle the two. However, you can have the tires rotated even more frequently if you'd like. Some people even recommend having this service done twice a year.
Why Choose Ourisman Chevrolet of Rockville for Tire Rotation Service?
It's true that there are many independent mechanics' shops and nationwide auto service chains around Potomac and Kensington that also offer tire rotation service. Still, Ourisman Chevrolet of Rockville has them beat. Our state-of-the-art service center is staffed by technicians who have been trained and certified by General Motors, and they have access to the latest and best tools for a variety of services. Our service is high-quality, yet we still manage to be competitive when it comes to pricing. Plus, you can check out our service coupons to find ways to save even more! While you wait, enjoy our comfortable lounge, which includes various amenities ranging from a children's play area to a complimentary coffee bar.