What Is Tire Rotation?

You’re driving down the highway, and it is a beautiful day without a cloud in the sky. As your exit approaches, you release the gas and prepare to merge onto the off-ramp. As you enter the curve for the exit, you apply the brakes. Although the front of your vehicle is slowing down properly, you notice that your back tires seem to slide a small amount. Why does this happen? There is a very great chance that the vehicle’s tires are in need of getting a rotation. Your front and back tires wear unevenly at different rates for many reasons. A tire rotation moves your tires positioning to distribute wear more evenly. This not only increases the longevity of your tires, but it also keeps you safe on the road. So bring your vehicle to our expertly trained staff at Toyota of Scranton in Scranton, PA, who can provide you with the safety and satisfactory service you and your vehicle deserve.

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