If you live in a part of the country that necessitates snow tires, then a tire rotation will help keep you safe this winter.

Your snow tires need to have serious treads to keep you safe. A balding tire is a grave danger in the snow. Being that most snow tires are unidirectional, a tire rotation is going to look a bit different than it usually does. Because of the tread pattern on a unidirectional tire, a tire rotation involves moving the front tires to the back and vice-versa. There's some debate about which tires should have more tread, your drive tires or not. In all honesty, it's best not to let it come down to this and rotate your tires before every winter. A tire rotation will ensure you have equal tread depth on all tires.

Stay safe this winter by making sure your tires have adequate tread depth. Keep our shop in mind when it's time to change over to your snow tires and to rotate your tires at the same time.
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