The Importance of Tire Rotation & How Often You Should Have It Done on Your Audi

Audi Servicing

Tire Rotation is a Vital Procedure for Your Audi Throughout the Year

The tires on your Audi are the first line of defense against the various driving surfaces that mid-Michigan has to offer. A tire rotation is an essential service to have done on your Audi to improve handling and increase tire longevity. If you haven’t had one done on your premier family cruiser in a while, the Service Center at Audi Bay City is here to help. Our knowledgeable technicians will deliver quality service on your vehicle to ensure that the ride you experience will continue to be remarkably smooth. Let us share with you why rotating your tires is so important, as well as explain when you should ideally have them rotated for peak tire wear evenness. 

Tire Rotation Details for Your Audi

Why Should You Have Your Tires Rotated? – If you ideally want to keep the wear on all four tires as even as possible, you should have them rotated. Each wheel is subjected to varying levels of pressure and overall wear compared to the others. As such, this causes greatly uneven wear if the tires aren’t rotated and results in more frequent tire replacement. By having them rotated, you can even out the wear by having less-worn tires placed on the wheels which have greater force put on them and vice-versa.  The result of this is a smoother and safer ride that you are sure to appreciate.

How Often Should You Have Your Tires Rotated? – Now that you know why tire rotation is so important, the question is how often you should have them rotated. Between 5,000 to 7,500 miles per rotation appointment is a reasonable timeframe to ensure even wear is maintained. If you are uncertain about how long it has been since your last rotation or just want to get a new schedule started for your convenience, schedule an appointment with us today and we will be happy to get your tires rotated so you can experience all the benefits of the service!