The tyres at the front of your vehicle have to carry greater weight than the rear tyres. Moreover, you put more pressure on the front tyres while accelerating, steering, braking and other driving activities. On the other hand, rear tyres undergo wear and tear only due to braking and traction.
Suppose you don’t relocate your tyres, then the front tyres will wear faster. This uneven wear and tear further damages the tyres in the front axle, reducing their lifespan and your vehicle’s performance.
Thus, experts recommend car wheel rotation after every 10,000 kilometres or 6 months, whichever comes first. This is only an approximate duration; you can even align the car tyre rotation cycle with the cycle of the engine oil change.
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