Tire Rotation Charleston, WV
How long has it been since you had the tires rotated on your vehicle? Tire rotations are considered preventative maintenance, as they are performed to lessen the likelihood of failure or damage to a piece of equipment. If tires are not rotated every 6,000 to 8,000 miles, the thread can wear unevenly and damage the tire, resulting in the need to replace tires early. If you want to avoid costly tire replacements, check your vehicle’s owner’s manual and determine how often tires should be rotated, then, schedule a tire rotation with your trusted technicians. If you are near Charleston, WV and need to have the tires rotated on your Kia, schedule service with Hometown Kia in Mount Hope.
Do I really need to have my tires rotated?
Routine tire rotations are vital to prolonging the life of tires. Different tires wear at different rates; for example, front tires typically wear quicker as they carry the weight of the engine, handle front-wheel-drive configurations and the vehicle’s steering. As a general rule of thumb, you should have your tires rotated every six months or every other time you’re at the mechanic for a routine oil change. If you’re trying to determine whether it’s time for a tire rotation, check the tread on your tires. Is one tire more worn down than the other? If so, schedule a service appointment.
Schedule Service at Hometown Kia
If it’s time to have your tires rotated, schedule a service appointment with us here at Hometown Kia! Let our experienced technicians who are trained on OEM Kia parts handle your tire rotations, oil changes, fluid flushes and repairs. You can schedule an appointment with the Hometown Kia Service Department online, at our dealership or by calling 304-253-9177. Don’t forget to check out our current incentives and service coupons! We hope to see you soon!