Tire rotation is the process of changing the position of the tires on your car. This should be done regularly to ensure your tires wear out evenly. It is one of the most important things you can do to maintain your vehicle's safety and fuel efficiency.

Some tires will wear more quickly than others, depending on how they're used. For example, a front tire that spends its time pushing against the pavement will wear out faster than a rear tire that spends its time being pulled by the car's engine. By rotating your tires regularly, you'll ensure that each one gets an equal amount of use, and, therefore wear, during each driving session.

Tires also need to be balanced before they can be rotated, so make sure our service center in Fort Collins, CO checks their balance before performing any rotation. The front and back tires should be balanced on both sides of the vehicle so that there's no difference between them when driving forward or backward. Your mechanic should also inspect the wheels for cracks or damage before performing any rotation or balancing work.

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