Here at Kia of Riverdale, our service center provides a tire rotation service to ensure all wheels evenly wear out through the usage of your Kia sedan or SUV.
Keeping your tires healthy is essential to your safety on the road and our service team is here to make sure you receive the needed service. Learn more about signs that indicate a need for this service and how frequently you should rotate the tires on your Kia vehicle.
Over the period you driving your vehicle, your tires will wear out and they will wear out unevenly. Your front tires will wear down faster than your rear tires, so by rotating your tires, you distribute the burden among all four tires and ensure they wear down evenly. Signs that will indicate a need for a tire rotation include:
It is important to note that these warning signs are common signs of wheel misalignment, imbalance tires, and overall wear and tear.
We recommend scheduling a tire rotation service every 5,000 to 7,000 miles. For Kia models with all-wheel-drive, we recommend you schedule a tire rotation with us every 3,000 to 5,000 miles. While these are our recommendations, remember to always check your owner’s manual for exact numbers.
We welcome you to schedule a tire rotation service with our Riverdale Kia Service Center. We also encourage you to browse through our available Kia service and parts specials to use to your benefit for your next scheduled appointment.
If you have any questions or like more information about our Kia routine maintenance services, please feel free to contact us, and we will be more than happy to help!