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After the long and hot summer months here in Lakeland, FL and the surrounding areas, are your tires starting to look worn out? There are many different factors that contribute to tire wear, but generally, you'll notice that your front tires wear out faster than your rear tires, even in all-wheel drive vehicles like a Subaru. The entire performance of your vehicle rests on your tires, both literally and figuratively, and we want to ensure that you're getting the most out of your vehicle. That's why we're going to highlight some tips for how you know when it's time for a tire rotation and how you can go about having your tires rotated quickly and conveniently here at Cannon Subaru!

It's often suggested that your tires should be rotated every six months or 6,000 to 8,000 miles, but it all depends on driving conditions, how often you drive and what kind of driving style you have. Here in Lakeland and all over Florida, we tend to drive in extreme heat for many months out of the year, which can affect your tires and cause them to wear down faster. If you tend to drive many miles throughout the week, have a lot of stop and go driving in the city, or tend to change speeds frequently throughout your daily drives, this can also change how quickly your tires wear down. Generally, your front tires will wear out faster because of they're the one's that steer and have the added weight of the engine and other components in the front of the vehicle. This means that during a tire rotation, we'll change out your front tires with your rear tires, extending the lifespan of your set of tires and allowing you to save money and time.

If you're in need of a tire rotation in Lakeland or nearby, we welcome you to schedule a service appointment online of come see us in our service center and we'll get your tires rotated in no time!

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