The rule of thumb for most vehicles is to rotate their tires every 5,000 to 7,500 miles. While this is a great place to start and keep in the back of your mind, your vehicle actually has its own set of guides when it comes to tire rotation that can be found in your Honda’s owner's manual! Want more information on what factors impact tire rotation? Our Vero Beach area Honda Service Center is here to help!
When it comes to a front-wheel drive vehicle, power is sent to the front wheels, and with a rear-wheel drive vehicle, the engine’s power is sent to the rear wheels. It might not sound like that would matter, but the wear patterns will depend on which wheels are receiving the power from the engine — and it’s an important reason to keep up with regular tire rotations. Find out more about FWD and RWD tire rotation:
Current guidelines set the standard intervals for an AWD tire rotation at 3,000 to 5,000 miles — this is due to the variable nature of most all-wheel drive systems. Again, always remember to check your owner’s manual for the exact figures for your vehicle.
While extending the life of your tires is the most talked about benefit to regular tire rotations, there are numerous other benefits for Vero Beach area drivers:
Schedule a service appointment with Vatland Honda of Vero Beach. Our crew is more than happy to keep your Honda running as it should at peak performance with your wheels perfectly aligned! If you have any questions about your Honda’s tire rotation, please don’t hesitate to contact us at the dealership.