Types of Tire Service at Covert Chrysler Dodge Jeep® RAM
From oil changes to brake replacement, there are many maintenance tasks that drivers must stay on top of to ensure a long and fulfilling ownership experience. Ever wonder how often should you rotate your tires? At Covert Chrysler Dodge Jeep® RAM, our team of certified technicians are expertly trained are here to answer these questions and help.
To answer the initial question, you should rotate your tires every six months or 6,000-8,000 miles. This number varies depending on your driving style and how much time you spend on the streets. When you follow the recommended time frame for rotation, you are allowing for even wear and extending the life of your tires. If this task is overlooked, you may experience a drop in gas mileage, imbalance, and premature wear.
Minimize uneven wear by getting your RAM 1500 tires balanced. This is especially important for new models or whenever you notice any vibration when driving. Our team will attach small weights to the wheels to make sure the entire unit is as equal in weight as possible for a smooth ride
If you’ve noticed your car pulling to either side or vibrating, you may need your tires aligned. This task is especially important since it actually adjusts your suspension, which connects your car to its wheels and impacts how the tires hit the ground. It’s likely that you will need this service performed every two to three years.
Failing to maintain and repair your tires when necessary could compromise your safety and reduce the lifespan of your car. Head to our Dodge dealership for quality service and parts today!