Tire rotation is self-explanatory: your tires are repositioned so that each one ends up in a new spot. Most of the time, your front tires end up in the rear, while your rear tires move up to the front. Additionally, your tires might be put on different sides than before, meaning the front left tire would now be the rear right tire.
Generally speaking, vehicles carry the bulk of their weight in the front end. Naturally, the front tires wear out faster. Tire rotations will ensure even wear, which is crucial to getting the full life expectancy out of them.
Time for a tire rotation? You can count on the expert technicians at our service department. Finding a convenient time to come in is easy with our online service scheduler. If you have any questions about a tire rotation or how to change the battery in a Jeep key fob, don’t hesitate to contact us.