Regular tire rotation prevents uneven wear. Rotating your tires involves removing all the tires and wheels and putting them in a different position on your car. Regularly rotating the tires on your car ensures even wear, extending the life of your tires, according to Uniroyal.
Frequency – You should rotate the tires on your car approximately every 6,000 miles, according to both Uniroyal and Goodyear Tires. Check your owner’s manual for specific recommendations for your make and model.
Variations – Four-wheel drive vehicles may require a more frequent rotation schedule of every 4,000 miles. You should drive no more than 8,000 miles without a tire rotation, at a maximum.